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March 19, 2014

Shortage of Project Managers Sends Businesses Scrambling

CIO — Project managers are in short supply, and that will leave many organizations woefully disadvantaged as the economy rebounds, according to a recent study by project management training company ESI International.

The ESI 2013 Project Manager Salary and Development Survey, based on data from 1,800 project managers in 12 different industries across the U.S., reports that as projects continue to increase in complexity and size, many organizations find themselves both understaffed and with underdeveloped project management professionals. And that's putting them at a competitive disadvantage.

"Budget constraints, an aging base of professionals and a looming talent war all contribute to a talent crisis that should be addressed from the highest levels of the organization," says Mark Bashrum, vice president of corporate marketing and open enrollment at ESI International.

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http://www.cio.com/article/749955/Shortage_of_Project_Managers_Sends_Businesses_Scrambling