AdvertisingProject management for advertising campaigns and productions such as a television commercial.
AgileAn approach to project management that breaks projects into quick cycles known as spirits. For example, a mobile app development team that ships updates every month.
ArchitectureProject management for architectural design projects and architectural oversight of construction projects.
Business DevelopmentProjects for expanding a business such as a Japanese convenience store chain that expands into Germany with three test locations.
Business ExpansionScaling a business such as managing the development, construction and operationalisation of new fast food restaurants.
ComplianceProjects that bring a firm into compliance with laws and regulations such as a manufacturer that brings in processes to comply with workplace safety laws.
ConstructionManaging construction projects such as building a library.
DesignDesign projects such as designing chairs for a global retail chain.
Energy ProjectsDevelopment of energy projects such as a solar panel system on the roof of an airport.
Engineering ProjectsThe design of technologically advanced products such as an air conditioner, aircraft or bridge.
Environmental RemediationCleaning up environmental damage such as removing toxic chemicals from an industrial site or military base.
Event PlanningEvent planning is essentially project management. For example, a large firm that plans a media event such as an investor's day.
Film ProductionDelivering elements of a film in pre-production, production and post-production. For example, management of set construction.
Game DevelopmentThe development of video games and updates to video games.
HealthcareHealthcare projects in areas such as systems, construction, processes, compliance or operationalizing equipment.
Information TechnologyProjects for creating and updating systems and applications such as adding a new product to a system that settles trades for an investment bank.
Infrastructure ProjectsPublic works and other infrastructure projects such as building a bridge.
Market ResearchManaging the development of commercial knowledge such as analysis for house builder that indicates what markets are likely to generate the highest returns.
MarketingMarketing projects such as a marketing campaign to support the launch of a new vehicle.
NonprofitsProject management for nonprofits includes management of fundraising campaigns and projects that put this money to work.
Process ImprovementThe re-engineering of business processes such as an ecommerce order fulfillment process.
Product DevelopmentProjects that develop products and services such as a new streaming media service.
Product LaunchesLaunching a product may be a separate project such as a project to launch a new solar panel product to the European market.
Program ManagementProgram management is the management of multiple related projects such as a bank that is changing 50 systems for compliance reasons.
ReportingThe development and launch of reporting such a report that will sample the packaging efficiency of ecommerce orders.
ResearchThe development of new knowledge such as research into new materials for battery systems.
RetrenchmentRetrenchment is the process of closing parts of a business. For example, a project to phase out manufacturing of a legacy technology.
Software ProjectsThe development of software such as a project to create a new mobile app for a bank.
Training & DevelopmentDeveloping training materials and programs such as a technology company that develops training materials for onboarding new staff.
WaterfallAn approach to project management that includes relatively long phases. For example, a bank that spends 8 months gathering requirements and planning for a systems project.