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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What is sustainable procurement, and why should a project manager care?

Procurement is hardly an interesting topic for most people. In fact, the average person probably doesn’t even know what ‘procurement’ actually means. Most project managers understand that procurement is one of the ten knowledge areas in the Project Management Body of Knowledge. Depending on the industry you work in or the company you work for, […]

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The Risk of Inaction (ROI)

Investopedia explains Return on investment (ROI) as a performance measure used to evaluate the efficiency or profitability of an investment or compare the efficiency of a number of different investments. ROI tries to directly measure the amount of return on a particular investment, relative to the investment’s cost.  This post is not about that.  I […]

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Waste not, want not: how projects can drive reductions in waste

I recently watched the first episode in a three-part series on waste produced by the government broadcaster in Australia. The War on Waste (check it out here) examining various aspects of waste and how Australian’s waste significant amounts of money and produce the fifth largest producer of municipal waste in the world, producing over 52 […]

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How to Use GPM’s P5

“Risk comes from not knowing what you`re doing.” Warren Buffett   “Risk is like fire: If controlled it will help you; if uncontrolled it will rise up and destroy you.” Theodore Roosevelt What is the P5 ? The GPM Global PRiSM methodology advocates for the usage of the GPM P5 (People, Planet, Prosperity, Processes and […]

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