Riding the Sustainability Wave

Riding the Sustainability Wave: The Bandwagon Effect in Action

In recent years, the concept of sustainability has surged in popularity, becoming a buzzword across industries. From fashion to food production, companies are eager to showcase their commitment to sustainable practices. However, the rapid adoption of this term raises questions about authenticity and the potential for superficial adoption. This blog post delves into the bandwagon […]

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Integrating Dual Materiality in Project-Intensive Organizations to Meet ISSB Disclosure Requirements

GPM is active as part of the IFRS Consultant Content Program and constantly monitors changes in reporting requirements to ensure what we are sharing is both correct and up to date. Today, I want to talk about something that is very important as organizations start working on 2024 disclosures. The ISSB (International Sustainability Standards Board) […]

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From Utopia to Reality: Project Management’s Origins in Literature to Our Mandate

As a student of project management, it’s fascinating to explore the earliest discussions of projects and their societal impacts. Understanding the origins of project management provides some insights into how early thinkers conceptualized organized tasks for the benefit of society. This post shares the foundational ideas that have influenced modern practices, showcasing the evolution of […]

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Interim Investing and ESG: The Evolution of Investment Strategies in Projects

In recent years, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria have rapidly moved from the fringes to the forefront of global investment strategies, profoundly influencing how projects are evaluated, financed, and implemented. This seismic shift reflects a broader acknowledgment within the investment community of the significant impact that sustainable practices have on long-term profitability and risk […]

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