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Embracing Sustainability: A Universal Responsibility Across Professions

Since GPM launched 15 years ago, the landscape of sustainability has undergone a remarkable transformation. Back then, sustainability was often relegated to a niche corner at conferences, viewed through the lens of “trends” and “the future” – a promising yet distant consideration. Those days, however, are now firmly in the rearview mirror. Today, sustainability is […]

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The Global Goals Misstep: How Businesses Misinterpret and Overshadow Nations’ SDG Agendas

It is increasingly common to see businesses of all sizes proclaiming their support for the SDGs. These declarations are often made with great fanfare, accompanied by glossy reports and marketing campaigns designed to showcase a company’s commitment to making the world a better place. However, beneath the surface of these well-intentioned claims lies a fundamental […]

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Ethical Leadership is Core for Sustainable Business

Ethical leadership as it relates to sustainability is not just a trend but a fundamental shift in how organizations are directed and managed. It demands a leadership style that is not only grounded in traditional business acumen but is also deeply rooted in integrity, honesty, and a commitment to ethical practices. This approach involves making […]

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Embracing Regeneration: A Decade-Long Vision Finally Takes Center Stage

In the wake of the 2024 Davos meeting, it’s clear that the business world is finally catching up with a concept that organizations like ours  and so many others have been advocating for over a decade: regeneration. This shift from mere resilience to proactive, positive environmental impact represents a pivotal moment in corporate responsibility and […]

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Textile Sector’s ESG Challenges in India “Mind the Gap”

India’s textile sector is undergoing a sea change in its evolution as it strives to abide by Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) laws. Due to the stringent ESG standards and the EU’s CBAM, small businesses that are essential to the nation’s economy face particular difficulties. Social Problem The textile sector, a pillar of the Indian […]

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Balancing Value: From Friedman’s Metrics to Purpose-Driven Impact

I am often asked about the most significant challenge GPM faces when explaining the value of sustainable project management. This question frequently comes from CFOs who have yet to embrace the benefits of sustainable practices beyond mere compliance with regulatory or stakeholder demands. In this post, I aim at a favorite antagonist from a bygone […]

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