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Economic Prosperity The 6th Sustainable Project Management Principle

In this final post on our Six Sustainable Project Management principles, we’ll look closely at some organizations that exemplify Economic Prosperity in their project management and explore how they achieve it. First, let’s set the context! Adhering to fiscal strategies, objectives, and targets that balance the needs of stakeholders, including immediate needs and those of […]

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The Sustainable Project Management Principle of Social and Ecological Equity

This is the 5th installment in our series on Sustainable Project Management Principles. As project managers, it’s crucial to consider the social and ecological equity principle when planning and executing projects in ecologically sensitive areas and centers of population. [In 2023, this essentially means on earth]. Social and ecological equity refers to the fair distribution […]

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The importance of Developing a Strong Environmental Quotient (EQ) for Project Managers

Environmental Quotient (EQ) measures an individual’s or organization’s environmental awareness, responsibility, and impact. It considers energy consumption, water usage, waste generation, and carbon footprint. It also evaluates how an individual or organization acts sustainably and reduces its negative environmental impact. As leaders in project management, we must recognize the importance of Environmental Quotient (EQ) and […]

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Principles & Values-Based: Conserving and Enhancing Natural Resources through Sustainable Project Management

Principles & Values-Based: Conserving and Enhancing Natural Resources through Sustainable Project Management In an era of environmental degradation and climate change, many individuals and organizations are looking for ways to contribute to conserving and regenerating our planet’s natural resources. For project managers, embracing sustainable practices is crucial in achieving this goal. Continuing on the deep […]

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The Integrated and Transparent Principle for Sustainable Project Management

The integrated and transparent principle for sustainable project management fosters a holistic approach to sustainability, where economic development, social integrity, and environmental protection are interdependent and interconnected. It means being aware of projects’ impact on the environment and society and working to minimize negative impacts while maximizing positive ones. I could end this post and […]

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