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Project Management in India

Access to new resource related to Project Management in India added to PMWL



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12th April 2024 – Mumbai, India – Access to a new resource has been added to the PM World Library (PMWL) related to the growth story of Project Management in India. The new resource is titled “Project managers and project success define the growth story of India”, published in The Economic Times on 8th Jan,2024.

The article from The Economic Times highlights the crucial role played by project managers and the successful completion of projects in shaping India's path of growth. It underscores India's economic advancement, which is largely driven by key sectors like IT, services, agriculture, and manufacturing, solidifying its position as a significant global player. India's active participation in global forums such as COP28 and G20 reflects its commitment to leading on the international stage, particularly in matters concerning environmental sustainability.

Additionally, the article outlines India's ambitious journey towards sustainability, improvements in infrastructure, and noteworthy mega projects like the Chandrayaan-3 mission and the Bhadla Solar Park. These projects demonstrate India's dedication to innovation and environmental responsibility. The article emphasizes the crucial role of project management skills, including effective communication, strategic planning, and business acumen, in ensuring the success of projects amidst diverse stakeholders and technological advancements. Looking ahead, the article predicts a rising demand for skilled project professionals, with estimates suggesting a need for 2.3 million individuals annually by 2030. It concludes by advocating for the enhancement of project leaders' skills to drive progress and initiate positive change, ultimately steering India towards a sustainable and resilient future, underpinned by adept project management.

To access this resource, go to the PPM in Various Countries section of the library at, Scroll down to India to find the resource. Users must be registered and logged in to access.

This new resource is made available through the PMWL university research internship program, to learn more, click here