This post provides a perspective on the risks of output-focused project management and specifically identifies flaws with the iron triangle or triple constraint. This is part of a series to improve awareness of sustainable change delivery. “The systems that fail are those that rely on the permanency of human nature, and not on its growth and […]
Adopting a Sustainable Business Case
This post emphasizes why the delivery of sustainable change initiatives requires the ability to adopt sustainable business cases, how to approach business cases organizationally, and the tools and techniques for writing them. This is part of a series to help raise awareness around sustainable change delivery. When you can measure what you are speaking about, […]
How to Become a Sustainable Sponsor
This post focuses on the critical importance of an engaged and competent sustainable sponsor to empower and facilitate the success of the change delivery team in delivering the benefits expected from the investment in a sustainable manner. Recent initiatives have helped organizations to fulfill this requirement for sustainable sponsors. This is part of a series to […]
New IPMA Competence Baseline Supports Sustainabilty!
In May of this year, we signed a collaboration agreement with the International Project Management Association (IPMA) during the launch of the Malaysian Project Management Awards which is a national version of the IPMA Awards and GPM Awards. Seeing the growing interest in sustainability in project management, we were very pleased to have the opportunity […]
A Project Manager’s True Purpose: Output, Benefits or Both?
This post is the second of two that reinforce the importance of benefits to projects. The current post provides a perspective on why benefits are important to sustainability and reinforces why project management (PM) should focus on benefits and output. This is part of a series to help raise awareness around sustainable change delivery. “Put first things […]
Why Benefits Are Important for Sustainability
This post is the first of two that reinforces why project managers should focus on benefit(s) as well as output(s). This post introduces why benefits are important for sustainability. The follow on post focuses on the benefits to projects. This is part of a series to help raise awareness around sustainable change delivery. “… […]