Project Management

Enabling Sustainability through Organizational Project Management

Sustainability has become a key parameter for organizations and this means that projects and operations have to be planned and implemented with this objective. At the project level it may be difficult to bring in sustainability initiatives because often times the scope of the project is already determined or it is contractual. To get a sustainability perspective one has to consider it beyond a project outcome and further this needs to be addressed by senior management. Therefore, an organizational level approach would be more appropriate.

This is where the Organizational Project Management or OPM comes in. This approach would looks at outcomes not just at project but also at program level. It considers portfolio management to effectively implement the strategy of the organization. This webinar will explore the use of OPM for Sustainability. Examples / Case Studies will be presented.


Learning Outcomes:


  • What is Organizational Project Management?
  • PMI and other standards on OPM
  • Why OPM is appropriate to implement sustainability initiatives in an organization


  • OPM and Sustainability -The Connect
  • The Operational Link for OPM to enable sustainability
  • Career paths for Project Managers

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