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Breaking down the P5 Standard for Sustainability in Project Management: Employment and Staffing

The GPM P5 Standard for Sustainability in Project Management is a valuable resource for project managers and organizations. The P5 Standard focuses on understanding and managing the potential impacts of your project on the environment, society, and economy. Although its practices are clear and straightforward, we often receive requests for additional context. Therefore, we’re launching […]

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What is Edge Effect Abundance and why are Projects Critical to their Proliferation?

What is Edge Effect Abundance and how are projects related? During my recent camping trip in Michigan, I had the opportunity to experience the beauty of nature firsthand. However, I couldn’t ignore the hazardous air quality caused by the Canadian forest fires. This reminded me of the pressing need to transition to regenerative practices to […]

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The Local Economic Impact of Projects as a Core Component of Sustainable Project Management

The decision of where to develop a project can significantly impact the local economy. Considering the local economic impacts before initiating any development project is essential since it can have far-reaching consequences. The prosperity category of the GPM P5 Standard focuses on maximizing positive returns for as many stakeholders as possible. Therefore, it is critical […]

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The GPM P5 Standard Makes International Development Projects Sustainable

International development projects (ID) aim to improve people’s lives in developing countries. However, these projects often need more resources, complex stakeholder networks, and high levels of uncertainty. Effective project management is critical to overcoming these obstacles, and the P5 standard can be a valuable tool for organizations managing international development projects. The P5 standard offers […]

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