Mark Langley plans to step down after 17 years combined as EVP and then CEO; group is pursuing digital transformation
Oct. 26, 2018
By William Ehart
The $188 million-revenue Project Management Institute said Oct. 22 it has retained Heidrick & Struggles to search for a new CEO to replace Mark Langley.
Newtown Square, Pa.-based PMI announced last month that Langley would retire by Nov. 30.
PMI said in its statement that the new CEO would implement a new strategic plan and lead a digital transformation. Internal and external candidates will be considered.
“The dynamic leader shall oversee the implementation of a new strategic plan and guide the organization toward a future designed to help thousands of project professionals around the world accelerate their careers and make ideas a reality,” the group said.