Tue, 04 Oct 2022 07:30:31 GMT People, Planet, Profits & Projects https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blogs/264100/people--planet--profits---projects Green Hydrogen: Project leaders: have a gas! https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blog-post/73095/green-hydrogen--project-leaders--have-a-gas- Fri, 30 Sep 2022 20:35:19 GMT (the expression "to have a gas", as the image implies, means to have a great time.  This post is about green hydrogen... and we think the opportunities abound for many interesting projects in which project managers can.... have a gas, literally and figuratively) Now that we traipse... The Many Colors of Hydrogen https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blog-post/73074/the-many-colors-of-hydrogen Sat, 24 Sep 2022 02:18:50 GMT In this post I would like to introduce green hydrogen, describe what it is, how it compares to the many other colors of hydrogen (did you know it came in colors?). Let’s start with the name hydrogen. Hydrogen means creator (gen) of water (hydro). Hydrogen is a colorless, odorless, tastel... The Inflation Reduction Act and ...projects! https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blog-post/72904/the-inflation-reduction-act-and----projects- Sun, 28 Aug 2022 04:17:02 GMT Photo Credit: CleanTechnica.com I was a bit surprised that an Internet search on "Inflation Reduction Act" (US  H.R.5376, just signed into law this past week by US President Biden) and "project management" didn't yield many results.  I found it surprising because... Bee a Pyramid Climber https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blog-post/72872/bee-a-pyramid-climber Fri, 19 Aug 2022 03:04:07 GMT A wing and a leg. Sounds like a chicken dinner, right? Not in this case.  This post is about bumblebee wings, bumblebee legs, pyramids, and the advancement of data into information into wisdom, into data. First of all, let’s talk about that advancement of data.  In a book I ... Gyres and Legos and Zeros, Oh My! https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blog-post/72817/gyres-and-legos-and-zeros--oh-my- Tue, 09 Aug 2022 19:33:46 GMT OK, so let’s start with that goofy title.  It’s supposed to be a reference to that scene (clip below) from the 1939 film, The Wizard of Oz…   You probably know what Legos(TM) are (if not, ask a parent, child or grandparent).  And there is zero uncertainty ... Implement Risk Responses: Boston Style https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blog-post/72775/implement-risk-responses--boston-style Mon, 25 Jul 2022 15:42:40 GMT Boston broke its all-time record temperature this week, reaching 100 degrees F.  I've covered climate change enough to know that this is weather, not climate.  Climate is over the long term.  So a one-time blip of 100 degrees is not necessarily climate change.  Trends, and co... Becoming a Climate Change Leader (Part 3 of 3) https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blog-post/72694/becoming-a-climate-change-leader--part-3-of-3- Tue, 12 Jul 2022 16:01:08 GMT In Part 1, I promised that in Part 2, I would continue an analysis of Bruce Harpham's article.  But Andy Jordan posted another excellent article, which became Part 2, so this becomes Part 3.  Carry the 2, divide by the square root of -1, and here we are at Part 3. Bruce Harpham'... Becoming a Climate Change Leader - Part 2 (of 3) https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blog-post/72625/becoming-a-climate-change-leader---part-2--of-3- Fri, 01 Jul 2022 17:52:17 GMT I was going to make Part 2 a continuation of Part 1, based on Bruce Harpham’s post.  And indeed, I will continue discussing Bruce’s article as covered in Part 1, but I will do it in a new Part 3.  I’ve chosen to use Part 2 to amplify the even-more-recent post by Andy Jord... Becoming a Climate Change Project Leader - Part 1 https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blog-post/72561/becoming-a-climate-change-project-leader---part-1 Sun, 26 Jun 2022 16:36:27 GMT Image: Inc. Magazine In this two-part series of posts,  I would like to point you to an excellent post made right here on Projectmanagement.com by Bruce Harpham. It’s entitled Climate Change: Micro and Macro Opportunities for Project Managers It begins: Climate change has arri... Hot Boston: Part 3 https://www.ProjectManagement.com/blog-post/72350/hot-boston--part-3 Tue, 31 May 2022 21:07:06 GMT In the first two parts of this series, I have discussed the Boston Heat Plan, its inception, and its focus on stakeholder engagement.  The focus is on being resilient to the Heat*.  In this part, I will focus on the way the overall Plan is organized, particularly in terms of an implementat...