Diversity, equity and inclusion necessarily involves a lot of formal policies and structures. To this practitioner, success comes from making those policies irrelevant.
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The rise of remote work since the pandemic has revolutionized the traditional office environment. This article explores the positive environmental impact of remote work and how it contributes to a more sustainable future.
It's a great time to be a project manager as our profession undergoes a massive shift—if we engage. From AI to hybrid approaches to a distributed workforce, PMs and organizations of today need to be ready for vast changes tomorrow.
By providing clear frameworks, case studies, and actionable strategies, the Climate Change and Sustainable Development (CCSD) Project Manager’s Toolkit equips PMs with the tools they need to integrate sustainability seamlessly into their projects.
Question: At a local PMI chapter meeting, a lot of my friends were talking about “ESG.” I didn’t want to appear stupid, but I also want to be sure I’m keeping up to date so that my position at my company is secure. As a project manager, what would my role in “ESG” be? Is there a class, or do I just Google things to figure it out?
If risk is going to become part of organizational culture, then it needs to overcome its image problem. It needs a rebranding, because no one wants to associate their culture with something fundamentally negative.
The integration of an ESG framework into a for-profit organization can be a complex and challenging task. It requires a significant shift in the company’s culture, values and operations to incorporate ESG considerations into its decision-making processes. But the benefits can pay dividends in the long run.
Environmental, social and governance issues are in sharp focus right now. If your organization isn’t doing enough, challenge them to do more. Help is available.
In the wake of mounting environmental challenges and social expectations, organizations worldwide have recognized the significance of integrating environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles into their operations. This easy-to-apply framework can help.
As chief sustainability officers become more common, they increasingly have the ability to shape how work gets done and performance gets measured. But what does their relationship with project delivery need to look like?