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Introduction on Sustainable Project Management for IPMA-NL Special Interest Group on Sustainable PM.

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Our overview presentation on the inaugural meeting of the SIG Sustainable Project Management of the Dutch IPMA organisaton on February 24th, 2014.

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Introduction on Sustainable Project Management for IPMA-NL Special Interest Group on Sustainable PM.

  1. 1. Sustainability in Project Management An overview Gilbert Silvius & Ron Schipper February 24th, 2014
  2. 2. Gilbert Silvius Authentic thinker, Experienced lecturer, Innovative author gilbert.silvius@gmail.com www.gilbertsilvius.nl • 51 years of age, 2 kids • Professor of Project and Programme Management • Education: – PhD (Utrecht University) – MBA (Catholic University Leuven) – MSc Economics (Erasmus University) – Royal Military Academy • Experience: – LOI University of Applied Sciences – Independent researcher and lecturer – Van Aetsveld Projects and Change Previous: – HU University of Applied Sciences – Getronics Consulting – Royal Dutch Army • Interests: – Project Management – Business and IT alignment
  3. 3. Ron Schipper Education sustainability project manager – 1996 Msc Computer Science University of Amsterdam 1 son, 11 weeks old 6 september 1971 Expercience < 2000: > 2000: – – UWV Van Aetsveld Program/Project manager Industry experience: Financial, Energy, Health, Transport – Sustainability expert – Research – Author Website www.duurzaam-projectmanagement.nl www.duurzaamprince2.nl Contact Email: ron.schipper@aetsveld.nl Mobile: +31623366129
  4. 4. Sustainability in project management Publications 40 35 Conference papers 30 Journal articles Book chapters 25 Books 20 15 10 5 0 1993 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  5. 5. Sustainability in project management 40 35 Conference papers 30 Journal articles Sustainable management of projects Book chapters 25 Books 20 Sustainability of sustainable development projects 15 10 Project management of sustainable development projects 5 0 1993 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
  6. 6. Sustainability needs Change is organized in Projects
  7. 7. Who’s moving? • Alan Brent & Carin Labuschagne / Tredoux (SA)
  8. 8. Who’s moving? • Alan Brent & Carin Labuschagne (SA) • Tom Taylor (UK)
  9. 9. Who’s moving? • Alan Brent & Carin Labuschagne (SA) • Tom Taylor (UK) • Richard Maltzman & David Shirley (US) www.earthpm.com
  10. 10. Who’s moving? • Alan Brent & Carin Labuschagne (SA) • Tom Taylor (UK) • Richard Maltzman & David Shirley (US) • Lawrence T. Barnard, Brian Ackles & James L. Haner (US) www.iispm.org
  11. 11. Who’s moving? • Alan Brent & Carin Labuschagne (SA) • Tom Taylor (UK) • Richard Maltzman & David Shirley (US) • Lawrence T. Barnard, Brian Ackles & James L. Haner (US) • TenStep: Tom Mochal & Andrea Krasnoff (US) www.green-pm.com
  12. 12. Who’s moving? • Alan Brent & Carin Labuschagne (SA) • Tom Taylor (UK) • Richard Maltzman & David Shirley (US) www.greenprojectmanagement.org • Lawrence T. Barnard, Brian Ackles & James L. Haner (US) • TenStep: Tom Mochal & Andrea Krasnoff (US) • GPM: Joel Carboni (US) + team
  13. 13. Who’s moving? • Alan Brent & Carin Labuschagne (SA) • Tom Taylor (UK) • Richard Maltzman & David Shirley (US) • Lawrence T. Barnard, Brian Ackles & James L. Haner (US) • TenStep: Tom Mochal & Andrea Krasnoff (US) • GPM: Joel Carboni (US) + team • Gregory T. Haugan (US)
  14. 14. Who’s moving? • Gilbert Silvius & Ron Schipper (NL) www.duurzaam-projectmanagement.nl www.duurzaamprince2.nl
  15. 15. Voorwoorden Ruud Koornstra, Tendris Willem Lagerweg , MVO Nederland Peter Coesmans, IPMA-NL 1. Inleiding Achtergrond en aanleiding 2. Duurzaamheid en MVO 3. Duurzaamheid in ondernemingen Anders doen 4. De rol van projecten in de implementatie van duurzaamheid 5. De impact van duurzaamheid op projecten en projectmanagement 6. Duurzaam projectmanagement Anders denken 7. Duurzaamheid als paradigma en waardenshift 8. De rol van de projectmanager De rol van het individu 9. De weerbarstigheid van het veranderproces 10. De competenties van de duurzame projectmanager En nu praktisch 11. Tools en methodieken 12. Een voorbeeld project
  16. 16. Who’s moving? • Gilbert Silvius & Ron Schipper (NL) • Jennifer Tharp / Russell (US)
  17. 17. Who’s moving? • Gilbert Silvius & Ron Schipper (NL) • Jennifer Tharp / Russell (US) • Paola Morgese (It)
  18. 18. Who’s moving? • Gilbert Silvius & Ron Schipper (NL) • Jennifer Tharp / Russell (US) • Paola Morgese (It) • RGC/WU: Roland Gareis & Martina Huemann (A)
  19. 19. Who’s moving? • Gilbert Silvius & Ron Schipper (NL) • Jennifer Tharp / Russell (US) • Paola Morgese (It) • RGC/WU: Roland Gareis & Martina Huemann (A) • Mauro Martens, Fabien Brones, Marly Monteiro de Carvalho (Bra)
  20. 20. Who’s moving? • Gilbert Silvius & Ron Schipper (NL) • Jennifer Tharp / Russell (US) • Paola Morgese (It) • RGC/WU: Roland Gareis & Martina Huemann (A) • Mauro Martens, Fabien Brones, Marly Monteiro de Carvalho (Bra) • Universities (HU, Delft, WU, Lund, Salford)
  21. 21. Which industries are moving? • Building/construction - BREEAM / LEED / etc. • Infrastructure - CO2 prestatieladder / Duurzaam GWW • Information technology - Green IT / IS • Financial sector - Duurzaam beleggen
  22. 22. Reflection • Mostly interpretive, sometimes normative
  23. 23. Reflection • Mostly interpretive, sometimes normative • Empirical publications mostly case-based
  24. 24. Reflection • Mostly interpretive, sometimes normative • Empirical publications mostly case-based • Sustainability adds new perspectives / criteria
  25. 25. Economic Sustainability Return on Investment - Direct financial benefits - Net Present Value Business Agility - Flexibility / Optionality in the project - Increased business flexibility - Local procurement - Digital communication - Traveling - Transport Sustainability criteria?? Transport Environmental Energy Sustainability Waste Materials and resources Labor Practices and Decent Work Social Sustainability Human Rights Society and Customers Ethical behaviour - Energy used - Emission / CO2 from energy used - Recycling - Disposal - Reusability - Incorporated energy - Waste - Employment - Labor / Management relations - Health and Safety - Training and Education - Organisational learning - Diversity and Equal opportunity - Non-discrimination - Freedom of association - Child labour - Forced and compulsory labor - Community support - Public policy / Compliance - Customer health and safety - Products and services labeling - Market communication and Advertising - Customer privacy - Investment and Procurement practices - Bribery and corruption - Anti-competition behaviour
  26. 26. Reflection • Mostly interpretive, sometimes normative • Empirical publications mostly case-based • Sustainability adds new perspectives / criteria • However, there’s more than P/P/P
  27. 27. The key principles of Sustainability Sustainability is about… • … balancing or harmonizing social, environmental and economical interests • … both the short term and the long term • … local and global • … values and ethics • … transparency and accountability • … stakeholder participation • … risk reduction • … eliminating waste • … consuming income, not capital
  28. 28. Reflection • Mostly interpretive, sometimes normative • Empirical publications mostly case-based • Sustainability adds new perspectives / criteria • However, there’s more than P/P/P • Considering sustainability impacts everything
  29. 29. Business case Potential areas of impact Project reporting Stakeholder Identification and engagement Controlling Risk identification and management Hand-over Project scheduling Closing Organizational learning Planning Project team Project communication Stakeholder involvement Implementin g Materials used Procurement Project specifications/ requirements/quality Product Processes Support Processes ISO 21500: 2012 Understanding project success Initiating
  30. 30. Project context Potential areas of impact Business case Project specifications/ requirements/quality ISO 21500: 2012 Stakeholder Identification and engagement
  31. 31. To: Good Project Goal Project Deliverable Project Processes From: Less bad Less poluting resources Better isolated buildings Better safety clothing Project Resources
  32. 32. Reflection • Mostly interpretive, sometimes normative • Empirical publications mostly case-based • Sustainability adds new perspectives / criteria • However, there’s more than P/P/P • Considering sustainability impacts everything • It’s not just what you do, but also how you do it
  33. 33. Scope shift Paradigm shift Mind shift Taking responsibility for sustainable development Having a holistic perspective on managing change Managing social, environmental and economical impact
  34. 34. What’s needed? • Awareness (WHY to do it) • Integration (in PPPM standards) • Connecting (strategy – sustainability – PPPM) • Operationalisation (behaviour!, beyond checklists and formats) • Best practices (HOW it is done in practice) • Measurement (of progress) • Contextualisation
  35. 35. What can the SIG do? • What is our mission? Our ambition? • Agenda setting? • What mobilizes our energy? • How to keep the engagement?
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