Companies are now asked to implement projects that will support not just their long-term growth, but also address stakeholders’ expectations with environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. How does this imperative affect the project selection process?
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Throughout 2023, the Project Management Institute produced a number of thought leadership resources to support the project management community in navigating professional growth. These 12 reports and articles can help you hone your skills for the challenging new year ahead.
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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.
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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?
Having a long-term vision and strong project management is essential for nations to develop. However, only a handful of countries have been successful at it. Here we examine some that have embraced a visionary approach—and why others haven't.
Project management for Arctic infrastructure presents unique challenges, including transportation, accommodations, supply chain issues...and polar bears. The need is great and the resources are few—but the rewards are unique and fulfilling.