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2016 Update on sustainability in project management by Gilbert Silvius

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Presentation by Gilbert Silvius for the 2016 IPMA Research Conference.

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2016 Update on sustainability in project management by Gilbert Silvius

  1. 1. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What’s going on in Sustainability Gilbert Silvius 15 September 2016
  2. 2. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Sustainability / Sustainable development Individual Project / Process Company / Organisation Society
  3. 3. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Sustainability / Sustainable development Individual Project / Process Company / Organisation Society
  4. 4. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o Large companies lead the way o In transparency: o CSR/Sustainability reporting was a trend amongst large companies. Now it is established. o Integrated reporting. o CSR reporting is growing amongst SMEs.
  5. 5. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o Large companies lead the way o In transparency: o CSR/Sustainability reporting was a trend amongst large companies. Now it is established. o Integrated reporting. o CSR reporting is growing amongst SMEs. o In impact: o Large companies mostly have large legacies.
  6. 6. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o Large companies lead the way o “Evil” industries are pretty active
  7. 7. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o Large companies lead the way o “Evil” industries are pretty active o Terminology: CSR <> Sustainability
  8. 8. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Social Responsibility (SR) is the responsibility of an Organization for the impacts of its decisions & activities on society and the environment, through transparent & ethical behavior that – Contributes to sustainable development, including health & welfare of society – Takes into account expectations of stakeholders – Is in compliance with applicable law and consistent with international norms of behavior – Is integrated throughout and practiced in an organization’s relationships ISO 26000
  9. 9. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o Large companies lead the way o “Evil” industries are pretty active o Terminology: CSR <> Sustainability o From reactive to proactive Sustainability as a BURDEN LIABILITY Sustainability as an OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY
  10. 10. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl
  11. 11. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl
  12. 12. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Social Respon- siveness Basic attitude Intrinsic Extrinsic (mixed) Liability Responsibility Inactive Corporate Self Responsibility Reactive Corporate Social Responsiveness Active Corporate Social Responsibility Proactive Corporate Societal Responsibility Rob van Tulder, Rob van Tilburg, Andrea Da Rosa (2014) Managing the Transition to a Sustainable Enterprise; Lessons from Frontrunner Companies
  13. 13. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Sustainability as a BURDEN LIABILITY Sustainability as an OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY
  14. 14. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o Large companies lead the way o “Evil” industries are pretty active o Terminology: CSR <> Sustainability o From reactive to proactive o CSR is strategic EY (2014) Sustainability reporting - the time is now
  15. 15. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o Large companies lead the way o “Evil” industries are pretty active o Terminology: CSR <> Sustainability o From reactive to proactive o CSR is strategic o CSR is related to value
  16. 16. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o Large companies lead the way o “Evil” industries are pretty active o Terminology: CSR <> Sustainability o From reactive to proactive o CSR is strategic o CSR is related to value
  17. 17. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o Large companies lead the way o “Evil” industries are pretty active o Terminology: CSR <> Sustainability o From reactive to proactive o CSR is strategic o CSR is related to value o Making the change is hard
  18. 18. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o Large companies lead the way o “Evil” industries are pretty active o Terminology: CSR <> Sustainability o From reactive to proactive o CSR is strategic o CSR is related to value o Making the change is hard o CSR/Sustainability officers are board oriented
  19. 19. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Sustainability / Sustainable development Individual Project / Process Company / Organisation Society
  20. 20. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Development of the topic Management of sustainable development projects Continuity of development projects Management of ‘green’ projects Sustainable management of all projects Projects as the road to sustainability
  21. 21. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o The standards are (finally) moving
  22. 22. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl
  23. 23. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl IPMA Competence Baseline 4
  24. 24. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl ISO 21505
  25. 25. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl ISO 21505 (Draft2) Sustainability and ethical requirements “The governance of projects, programmes and portfolios should reflect the organization’s commitment to ethical values and sustainability.” “The commitment to ethics and sustainability should include: - Integrating the organization’s values and policies into the governance and management of projects, programmes and portfolios; - Fostering a culture of respect, fairness, trust, honesty, and appropriate transparency and openness; - Supporting the organization’s commitment to social responsibility and sustainability; - Supporting information integrity, security and disclosure; - …..”
  26. 26. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o The standards are (finally) moving o Good empirical cases are not easy to find
  27. 27. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o The standards are (finally) moving o Good empirical cases are not easy to find o Lack of good definitions
  28. 28. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Sustainability in project management Sustainable Project Management is the planning, monitoring and controlling of project delivery and support processes, with consideration of the environmental, economical and social aspects of the life-cycle of the project’s resources, processes, deliverables and effects, aimed at realizing benefits for stakeholders, and performed in a transparent, fair and ethical way that includes proactive stakeholder participation. Having a people/planet/profit perspective Having a life cycle perspective Managing of and for stakeholders With transparency and accountability . Silvius, A.J.G. and Schipper, R. (2014), “Sustainability in project management: A literature review and impact analysis”, Social Business, 4(1), pp. 63-96.
  29. 29. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o The standards are (finally) moving o Good empirical cases are not easy to find o Lack of good definitions o Lots of work on sustainability criteria
  30. 30. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Sustainability criteria
  31. 31. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o The standards are (finally) moving o Good empirical cases are not easy to find o Lack of good definitions o Lots of work on sustainability criteria o But the link to strategy is mostly lacking
  32. 32. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Sustainability / Sustainable development Individual Project / Process Company / Organisation Society
  33. 33. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Sustainability as a BURDEN LIABILITY Sustainability as an OPPORTUNITY RESPONSIBILITY
  34. 34. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o The standards are (finally) moving o Good empirical cases are not easy to find o Lack of good definitions o Lots of work on sustainability criteria o But the link to strategy is mostly lacking o Lack of practical tools for the PM
  35. 35. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl The PRiSM Pre Project/Initiation Phase ©Copyright GPM 2009-2013 /map
  36. 36. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl
  37. 37. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl The PRiSM Pre Project/Initiation Phase ©Copyright GPM 2009-2013 /map
  38. 38. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl A model SMP • Project Definition • Project Objectives • (Key) Stakeholders and interests • Sustainability strategy and ambitions • Confrontation matrix • Sustainability opportunities • Sustainability risks • Enhanced Project Objectives • Sustainability Management Structure
  39. 39. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o The standards are (finally) moving o Good empirical cases are not easy to find o Lack of good definitions o Lots of work on sustainability criteria o But the link to strategy is mostly lacking o Lack of practical tools for the PM o Sustainability Impact Analysis o Sustainability Management Plan o Sustainability Business Case o Sustainability Stakeholder Identification Grid o Sustainability Risk Analysis
  40. 40. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o The standards are (finally) moving o Good empirical cases are not easy to find o Lack of good definitions o Lots of work on sustainability criteria o But the link to strategy is mostly lacking o Lack of practical tools for the PM o Sustainability is not a checklist
  41. 41. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Mind shift Taking responsibility for sustainable development Having a holistic perspective on managing change Paradigm shift Scope shift Managing social, environmental and economical impact Sustainability in project management
  42. 42. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl
  43. 43. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Reference framework for sustainability competences
  44. 44. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl KSA model of competence The project manager has ‘power of agenda’ Mind shift Taking responsibility for sustainable development
  45. 45. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl What do we see o The standards are (finally) moving o Good empirical cases are not easy to find o Lack of good definitions o Lots of work on sustainability criteria o But the link to strategy is mostly lacking o Lack of practical tools for the PM o Sustainability is not a checklist o The PM is a person
  46. 46. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Sustainability / Sustainable development Individual Project / Process Company / Organisation Society
  47. 47. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl Study o What stimulates the project manager to consider sustainability in his/her project? o Preliminary results (impression) o 3 profiles o Because the project executive asks for it o Because I care about sustainability o Because I think it makes my project better
  48. 48. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct As practitioners in the global project management community.. We make decisions and take actions based on the best interests of society, public safety, and the environment. We demonstrate transparency in our decision- making process. We provide equal access to information to those who are authorized to have that information. We make opportunities equally available to qualified candidates.
  49. 49. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl 5. Responsibility towards the Wider Society. We strive to understand the cultures we work in, find common ground and establish mutual respect. 5.1. We do not participate in undermining or harming local communities, societies and economies. 5.2. We comply with the relevant laws and regulations of the country or countries we are working in. 5.3. We remain neutral and do not take a political stance in conflict situations. 5.4. We accept social responsibility and seek to develop our professional practices accordingly. 5.5. We uphold and promote high ethical standards even when working under the influence of companies, corporations, institutions or governments whose practices or policies are morally lacking. IPMA Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct 6. Sustainability and the Natural Environment. We strive to minimize possible damaging effects to the environment, which may come about as a consequence of our projects, programmes and project portfolios. 6.1. We promote awareness of environmental responsibility among our teams, within our organisations and in society. 6.2. We think long-term with regard to the environment and strive for sustainable development. 6.3. We do what we can to reduce waste and emissions to air, ground and water and encourage the recycling of materials and used products. 6.4. We handle, store and dispose of hazardous waste in an environmentally safe manner. 6.5. We use resources efficiently in our projects and programmes and avoid waste.
  50. 50. Research Centre for Innovations in Health Care www.kenniscentrumivz.hu.nl

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