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This is a very important subject and I agree with you that many organizations spend too much money on jobs that end up with poor sustainability.
The responsibility for this lies mainly within the organization itself. The organization should be committed to executing sustainable projects and this will have to be built in their budgets because it will definitely cost more to achieve a sustainable building (On the short run).
The organization which is working on it is GPM. See the website. They have a certification too. The company where I am working today is fully compromised with that. All our projects and programs take care on it.
Thank you for sharing your experiences with us all. This is very important aspect you just made, could you share with us the process put in place to enable this happened?
Thanks for sharing!
If you go to Pepsico website you will find it for each Pepsico products. This ia inside Pepsico values and I swar you that our corporate audit,and,governance processes demmand to us to apply them.
While a PM can try to incorporate sustainability into their PM approach, a true commitment to sustainability needs to be part of the DNA of an organization for it to influence portfolio decisions about which projects to invest in and how to deliver those projects.
I would consider it to be similar to quality, diversity or many other mindset shifts which need to be part of the culture of a company for it to be (no pun intended) sustainable.
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