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Sustainability in Project Mangement
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I am writing a research paper on Sustainability in Project Management Decision Making as part of my Masters Degree with the University of Limerick, Ireland: My paper will look at how much is Sustainability already considered in projects and where there is still work to be done within the three main sectors of industry, i.e. Private, Public and Not for Profit Sectors. The paper will attempt to look at how this may vary by size of company, age groups, education and geographical location.

For this to happen, I need to carry out a short survey with as many Project Managers that I can, globally, on this subject. The survey should not take more than 4 minutes and I would appreciate it, if you would take the time to complete it.

Each respondent will be anonymous and can only be differentiated by time/date at which the survey was taken. The information gathered will be stored in a secure filing system and encrypted Cloud based server. The information will only be used to inform the project rather than to be the basis of the project.

You are not under an obligation to do this questionnaire and can ignore my request if you so wish. If you do start the questionnaire, you are fully entitled to withdraw at any time.

Please just click on the link below or paste into your browser:

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Thanking you in advance

James Mulligan BEng CEng

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