Why is project management important? | FAQs

PROJECT MANAGEMENT   |   2 minutes  |   November 29, 2016

According to PricewaterhouseCoopers, 97% of organisations believe that project management training are vital to business performance.

This discipline is important because not only does it help to maximise profits, but also ensures businesses remain competitive; deliver successful projects on time and within budget; manage risk with ease; speed up product delivery and manage change.

If you want to find out more about why this industry has such a huge impact on business success and why it’s so important to invest in project management training, listen to what industry expert and Head Tutor, Kyle de Freitas, has to say.

Without an effective project management system in place, organisations struggle to retain sustainability, especially as they grow and have to scale their operations.  Mastering project management is an essential workplace skill guaranteed to boost the impact you have on any organisation.


Project management has moved away from being a “special-need” management discipline to one which is vital to the sustainability of organisations operating in our globalised economy. By embracing project management, organisations are able to: remain competitive; maximise profits; deliver more successful projects; manage risk more effectively; improve quality; speed up delivery; and manage change. These benefits have led to the growing adoption of formalised project management, as well as a commitment by the global project management community to continuously develop this evolving discipline.