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Presentation sustain-it - Laurent Janssens

  1. 1. From eco-design till delivery, through Green PM UCM – BEA – GreenTech September 2013 Laurent JANSSENS, Ir CISA CGEIT 1© Sustain-IT - 2013
  2. 2. 2 Agenda  Who am I?  The need for Project Management?  Are current frameworks sufficient?  What is green PM?  How practically?  Conclusions  Appendixes/References 2© Sustain-IT - 2013
  3. 3. 3 Who am I? - Laurent Janssens Owner of Sustain-IT, which aims to provide advices on green IT, from strategic planning to implementation and on assessments at all stages of the process in between. Previously, 8 years as management consultant/interim Manager advising clients, mainly in the financial sector, on IT governance, portfolio management, project management, project coaching & process improvement. These consultancy assignments benefited from his experience in IT management, Project management, security management and Audit (ICT, Operational, Financial). As background, mechanical engineer (Ir). He obtained his CISA in 1999 after a Master In Computer Audit granted from UAMS 3© Sustain-IT - 2013
  4. 4. 4 Agenda  Who am I?  The need for Project Management?  Current frameworks sufficient?  What is green PM?  How practically?  Conclusions  Appendixes/References 4© Sustain-IT - 2013
  5. 5. 5 Even if eco-conception is a must... ... It outcomes have to be delivered at time and on budget.... Eco-design is a must... How to deliver it?
  6. 6. 6 Project Management Constraints Time,Cost, Quality Technical, other performance parameters Legal, Environmental Project Management Mechanisms People, tools, techniques, Equipment, Organisation Input Business need, Problem, Opportunity Output Project deliverables, Products, Services, changes © Iso 21500 ...Through Project Management
  7. 7. 7 3 layers of a projectProject Delivery Project Management Project Direction ClosingInitiating Planning Executing
  8. 8. 8 Case of a project (as illustration) - Context – B2C Company – Part of its strategy : « greening » its business (image, processes, products) – Impact on all departments (incl. ICT) : • Reducing of waste of resources by 10% • Reducing paper consumption by 50% • Reducing of energy consumption by 30% - Project objectives – Redesign corporate web site • Able to tackle the mobile world • Expecting to increase the number of transactions by 20% /year • Stay aligned with corporate environmental objectives
  9. 9. 9 Do the PM disciplines support such Projects? Project Management Stakeholder Mgt Risk Mgt Cost Mgt Procurement MgtHuman Mgt Behaviour Change Mgt Change Mgt Time Budget Scope Monitoring
  10. 10. 10 Do the PM disciplines support such Projects ? (2/3) Word search in frameworks
  11. 11. 11 Do the PM disciplines support such Projects ? (3/2) How will I... ? - How to measure if I will achieve ALL my objectives ? - How to measure the impacts on long- term of the projet deliverables ? - Are the environment impacts of Management considered ? - How to define priorities beside Time/Budget/Scope/Planet (/People) ? - Are any PM teams skillable in any eco-design ? - Even with scope changes, will I pursue my green efforts to achieve the objectives ? Classical PM approaches may be too short...
  12. 12. 12 Agenda  Who am I?  The need for Project Management?  Current frameworks sufficient?  What is green Project Management?  How practically?  Conclusions  Appendices 12© Sustain-IT - 2013
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  14. 14. 14 Green Project Management – a tentative of definitions about « 2 in 1 » It is an extension of Project Management - aiming to produce project deliverables that suits environmental objectives ; - But also how it is managed (contribute to) reduce the environmental impacts ;
  15. 15. 16 In each of the PM disciplines... what is the impact of greening?(1/3) Project Management Stakeholder Mgt Risk Mgt Cost Mgt Procurement MgtHuman Mgt Behaviour Change Mgt Change Mgt Risk Management should anticipate what could occur to avoid reaching the green objectives Environmental risks (inside project but also from supplier side should be integrated in risk identification toolsTime Budget PlanetScope Monitoring
  16. 16. 17 In each of the PM disciplines... what is the impact of greening?(2/3) Project Management Stakeholder Mgt Risk Mgt Cost Mgt Procurement MgtHuman Mgt Behaviour Change Mgt Change Mgt Monitoring is more than tracking status against OTOBOS Reporting should also consider environmental metrics, to be defined during the planning phase Time Budget PlanetScope Monitoring
  17. 17. 18 In each of the PM disciplines... what is the impact of greening? (1/3) Project Management Stakeholder Mgt Risk Mgt Cost Mgt Procurement MgtHuman Mgt Behaviour Change Mgt Change Mgt Time Budget PlanetScope In case of changes in scope, will the environment also be assessed for the change ?
  18. 18. 19 Agenda  Who am I?  The need for Project Management?  Current frameworks sufficient?  What is green PM?  How practically?  Conclusions  Appendixes 19© Sustain-IT - 2013
  19. 19. 20 Case of a project (as illustration) - Context – B2C Company – Part of its strategy : « greening » its business (image, processes, products) – Impact on all departments (incl. ICT) : • Reducing of waste of resources by 10% • Reducing paper consumption by 50% • Reducing of energy consumption by 30% - Project objectives – Redesign corporate web site • Able to tackle the mobile world • Expecting to increase the number of transactions by 20% /year • Stay aligned with corporate environmental objectives
  20. 20. 21 How to start ? - during initiation - Ensure sponsorship of the initiative of greening your projects - Assign to a PM with green-mindset & ready to try - Translate green corporate objectives in the project - Consider in Business Case these project- environmental objectives (direct and indirect ones)
  21. 21. 22 How to start ? - during planning - Plan the project activities (incl. your environmental activities) fairly & realisticly - Plan how you will monitor the project – by being green (teleconf ? Homeworking?) – By avoiding waste and rework – By planning carefully scare resources - Gather information needs (incl. Environmental ones)
  22. 22. 23 How to start ? - during execution - Apply « management by example »/ »walk the talk » principles - Monitor & control the project based on green techniques & philosophy - Collect metrics related on objectives (incl. Environmental ones) and provide them to « project direction layer » - Take care that change requests do not jeopardise the green objectives
  23. 23. 24 How to start ? - during closing - Share lessons learned - Assess whether the objectives are achieved - plan to do later (when project is some time closed) review of objectives
  24. 24. 25 Agenda  Who am I?  The need for Project Management?  Current frameworks sufficient?  What is green PM?  How practically?  Conclusions  Appendixes 25© Sustain-IT - 2013
  25. 25. 26 And how was your experience for this first Green Project ? - Need to manage the cleantech - by Project Management - but with some improved approaches ; - The green approaches - impact most of PM disciplines ; - will apply during the whole PM life cycle - The journey starts... You are welcome in joining...
  26. 26. 27 Agenda  Who am I?  The need for Project Management?  Current frameworks sufficient?  What is green PM?  How practically?  Conclusions  Appendixes 27© Sustain-IT - 2013
  27. 27. 28 References  « T.I.C et développement durable: les conditions du succès » - Sylvie Faucheux, Ch. Hue, I. Nicolaï – De Boeck  Smart2020, the climate Group, 2008  Econochoc, Geert Noels  Sustainability in Project Mgt, G.Silvius  Making sense of sustainability PM, L.T Barnard  PRISM, the GPM© reference guide to sustainability in PM 28© Sustain-IT - 2011
  28. 28. 29 Sustain-IT's approach : an holostic approach to stay aligned Products Process People
  29. 29. 30 Is technology view enough? © Sustain-IT - 2013 30
  30. 30. 31 Why to go green ?
  31. 31. 32 P r o j e c t M a n a g e m e n t Long term + short term oriented In the interest of this generation and future generations Life cycle oriented People, Planet, Profit Increasing complexity Short term oriented In the interest of Sponsors/stakeholders Deliverables/result oriented Scope, Time, Budget (OTOBOS) Reduced complexity © Silvius However, there are contrasts between sustainability and PM
  32. 32. 33 Smart 2020 report - 2008 Appendix

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