The Voice of Project Managers on Sustainability Projects and Requirements

By , PMI Delaware Valley Chapter +1, and

In April of 2015, delivered a survey on sustainability to registered members via the website, email and newsletters. There were 219 respondents. This report contains the survey results and findings. The central finding is that organizations have adopted sustainability strategically and are executing sustainability initiatives, but their project managers do not have the resources they need to competently manage this process. Their challenges range from project methodology gaps to specific needs in achieving organizational change.

Note: This report was not produced or vetted by the PMI Market Research Team. It reflects the results of a survey conducted by leading members of the community who are concerned about project management sustainability.

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