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The Battle for Sustainable Pace

by Mike Griffiths

This article takes a look at the sustainable pace concept from agile approaches. Given the time-to-market emphasis and use of terms like “sprints,” the idea of a sustainable pace seems odd to some people. However, it's really about taking a smart, long-term view to optimize overall value delivered.

The Green Contingency

by Kevin Coleman

Being green and environmentally conservative--while not mandated in most cases--is just a good business practice. But what about potential negative project implications of being green and environmentally aware?

The Green Grade

by Michael Wood

How green should your PM practices be? Applying green practices and ideas to the management of projects is relatively new to the project management community. Adding “greenthink” to projects means finding ways to practice common-sense conservation techniques that do not hinder achieving the project’s budgetary, timeline and value-add objectives. Are you making the green grade?

The Paperless PM: Is It Even Possible?

by Mark Mullaly, Ph.D., PMP

Many, many years ago now, we were promised the paperless office. So what happened to the vision? What happened to the dream? What happened to all that lovely hippie stuff about a paperless society full of tree huggers? In a word: reality.

The Power of Seminars in Professional Development: Big Topics, Small Wins

by Velimir Tasic

You can achieve small wins with your seminars by improving awareness with attendees about important topics in your community and industry. Let’s look at some trending topics that are perfect for exploring through professional development seminars—and the seminar wins this practitioner experienced through his local PMI chapter.

The Seeds to Successful Quality Management

by Michael Wood

The truly successful organizations that end up embracing the principles of quality management and reap sustainable benefits do so by taking a more evolutionary approach. They sow seeds that are allowed to take deep root within the culture of the organization—while also harvesting benefits quickly.

The Sustainability Risk: Making it Real

by Andy Jordan

In order to get ourselves and our teams to care about sustainability, we have to make the risk real. How can we do that? How many projects consider sustainability concerns as part of their PM plans? And what’s the cost of not doing so?

The Urgency for Industrial Project Delivery to Evolve

by Karen Chovan

How often have you been approached about integrating sustainability into your projects, designs and systems? If you were asked to do this, would you know where to start? Would you understand how to educate and gain the most traction with your teams? This article highlights the necessity of making positive changes to our PMO guidance, and to integrating sustainability into our practices.

Turning Green: A Quality Standards Approach to Green Projects

by Ian Whittingham, PMP

A real commitment to operating a business and performing projects in an environmentally conscious and responsible way is a commitment to quality standards that minimize CO2 emissions and promote sustainability. To realize the full benefits of turning green, an enterprise must take a disciplined and systematic approach to implementing green standards.

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