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Sustainable project management and the transformational vision of our world

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Webinar para la región 13 de PMI: Nicaragua Chapter por Mónica González, 20 de Abril de 2016
Nuestros conocimientos y habilidades deben ser colocados (en palabras y en
acciones) para abordar los temas de interés mundial, tales como: Ética, el
Cambio Climático, la Paz, el Desarrollo Sostenible, las Cadenas de
Suministro, entre otros.

En septiembre de 2015, la Organización de las Naciones Unidas lanzó los 17
Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible. Se estableció un plazo de 15 años para
movilizar los esfuerzos globales en torno a un conjunto común de objetivos y
metas, aspiraciones y prioridades. Mi pregunta ahora es: Como PMs, ¿cuáles
son los impactos de nuestras decisiones sobre objetivos de desarrollo
sostenible? Tal vez, algunos de nosotros utilizamos diferentes herramientas
y plantillas de identificar y evaluar los impactos de los productos y
procesos del proyecto sobre el planeta, las personas y las ganancias. Sin
embargo, nuestro análisis es lo suficientemente profundo? Es sólo para
cumplir con la ley? Desarrollamos un Plan de Gestión de la Sostenibilidad
para hacer frente a esos impactos positivos y negativos?

En esta presentación, vamos a aprender acerca de la Metodología PRiSM TM y
del Estándar P5TM de GPM Global para la Sostenibilidad en la Dirección de
Proyectos para abordar realmente los desafíos globales en favor del
Desarrollo Sostenible.

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Sustainable project management and the transformational vision of our world

  1. 1. PMI NICARAGUA Capítulo Potencial Seminario mensual ABRIL/2016 Sustainable Project Management and the Transformational Vision of our World Mónica González 20 April 2016
  2. 2. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Mónica González  Industrial Engineer MBA, GPM-M, PMP with 25 years of experience in Electrical Companies: Telecomanded electric grid, Marketing and Communications, Corporate Social Responsibility.  Implementation and improvement of Organizational Management Systems according to ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 26000, OHSAS 18001 y Argentinean Resolucion ENRE 057/2003 Public Safety for Electric Power Transmission in High and Medium Voltage (Since 2000).  She was part of the Communication Committee and Environmental and Sustainable Development Committee of Electricité de France (EDF) Branch America along with colleagues from France, Brazil, Mexico and Argentina (2002-2004). As independent contractor, she was the Organizational System Manager at Baresi SRL a Polyolefin Recycling Company (2005-2015).  Founder member and volunteer of PMI Nuevo Cuyo Argentina Chapter ( 2008-2013). Liaison of PMI Educational Foundation in PMINC (2010-2012). Council member in PMIGlobal Sustainability Community of Practice (2010-2012)  Countributor member of the PC/ISO 236 Project Committee: Project Management, and then ISO/TC 258 – Technical Committee: Project, Program, Portfolio Management.  Professor of CSR and Sustainable Development at GSPM, University for International Cooperation –UCI- Costa Rica (since 2013) (in Spanish and in English) .  Member of the GPM Global Leadership Executive Team for Latin America. Main Assesor for the GPM® y GPM-m® Certifications in Latin America and Spain (Since oct2012).  Main contributor to the GPM PRiSM Methodology. Co-autor: The GPM® Reference Guide to Sustainability in Project Management and The GPM GlobalP5 Standard for Sustainability in Project Management.  Monica can be contacted at: monica.gonzalez@greenprojectmanagement.org 2
  3. 3. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Publications in PM World Journal  March 2016 - - PM World Journal - Featured Paper The Legacy: Project Management for Peace July 2014 - PM World Journal - Featured Paper Green Project Management – A Case Study in Sustainability – Management of Chemical Containers for Social Good: Child Health and Nutrition March 2014 - PM World Journal - Featured Paper Advancing Human Rights in Supply Chains through Community Engagement and Investment August 2013 - PM World Journal - Featured Paper Aligning Projects to the United Nations Global Compact and the Global Reporting Initiative: Monitoring the Impact of Project Processes and Products on People, the Planet, and Profitability March 2013 - PM World Journal - Featured Paper Why Become a Certified Green Project Manager® (GPM®) 3 Professor of CSR and Sustainable Development  Global School of PM - University for International Cooperation (Costa Rica, México, Panamá)  San Buenaventura University, Cali, Colombia + 400 students (English and Spanish)
  4. 4. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” • Sustainability Challenges and Project Management • The FUTURE WE WANT • Sustainable Development Goals: The Impacts of our Decisions • Walking the Talk: Who or what is GPM? • Six Principles for Sustainable Project Management • PRiSM: Project integrating Sustainability Methods • Sustainability is about VALUE CREATION • Impacting the Future • Final words Agenda
  5. 5. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Sustainability Challenges and Project Management As project, program and portfolio managers, we cannot be indifferent, quite the contrary be sensible, receptive and take an active role, that is, be change agents for a better world with inclusive growth, social equity and progress, between other goals. (González, 2013) 5 “ ”Source: http://pmworldjournal.net/article/advancing-human-rights-supply-chains-community- engagement-investment/
  6. 6. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” 8. We also reaffirmthe importance of freedom, peace and security, respect for all human rights, including the right to development and the right to an adequate standard of living, including the right to food, the rule of law, gender equality and women’s empowerment and the overall commitment to just and democratic societies for development. “ ” THE FUTURE WE WANT 6 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2012
  7. 7. Post -2015 Business Engagement Architecture 7
  8. 8. “It is this need to find common solutions to pressingchallenges that drives the corporate responsibility movement globally. (...). The challenge before us is clear: ensuring that companiesapplythe principlesof the Compact within their own organizations, while enabling them to make common cause with other companies and other stakeholders in addressing global challenges and helping to meet the needs of the world’s people.” 8 https://www.unglobalcompact.org/docs/issues_doc/Peace_and_Business/Guidance_RB.pdf Mr. Ban Ki-moon, United Nations Secretary-General Corporate Responsibility
  9. 9. The Ten Principles Human Rights Principle 1: Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights; and Principle 2: make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses. Labour Principle 3: Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining; Principle 4: the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour; Principle 5: the effective abolition of child labour; and Principle 6: the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation. Environment Principle 7: Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges; Principle 8: undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility; and Principle 9: encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies. Anti-Corruption Principle 10: Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery.
  10. 10. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Fortune 500 Companies now Publishing Sustainability/Responsibility Reports “We are seeing clear indications over the past three years that senior corporate management understands the importance of adopting and implementing strategies that reflect the rising interest of investors and stakeholders in corporate sustainability,” - Louis Coppola, executive vice president of G&A Institute. www.complianceweek.com/blogs/the- filing-cabinet/sustainability-reporting- on-the-rise
  11. 11. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” What are the impacts of our decisions on Sustainable Development Goals? Source: 2030 UN Agenda for Sustainable Development.pdf
  12. 12. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Who or what is GPM? • Sustainable Project Management Professional Development Organization • Services in over 145 Countries – Training through partners (Corp., University, Association) – Certification of individuals (GPM-b™, GPM®, and GPM-m™) – Methodology (PRiSM) Integrating ISO 9001, ISO14001, ISO 26000, ISO 50001, ISO 21500, ISO 55000, Ten Principles UNGC, GRI G4. – Organizational Sustainability Assessments (PSM3™) – Centre of Excellence – Standards (P5) Walking the Talk
  13. 13. Corporations get it (sort of). • The UN Global Compact comprises of 8,000 companies +4,000 non-businesses • All must communicate on progress of HOW they put the ten principles into practice. • (almost) none of them see the materiality of projects to their strategy. • 50% are delisted for not reporting. • The Global Reporting Initiative • 2015 saw a 28% increase in reports compared to 2014 with a total of 19,192 as of July
  14. 14. Six Principles for sustainable project management Integrated and Transparent Fosteringthe interdependence of economic development, socialintegrity, and environmental protection in all aspects of governance, practice and reporting Ethics and Decision Making Supporting organizational ethics, decision making with respect for universal principles through identification, mitigation, and the prevention of adverse short and long-term impacts on society and the environment Commitment andAccountability Recognizing the essential rights of all to healthy, clean and safe environments, equal opportunity, fair renumeration, ethical procurement, and adherence to rule of law 1 2 3 SRC. greenprojectmanagement.org/principles
  15. 15. Six Principles for sustainable project management 4 5 6 Principles and Values Based Conservingand enhancing our natural resource base by improving the ways in which we develop and use technologies and resources Social and Ecological Equity Assessinghuman vulnerability in ecologically sensitive areas and centres of population through demographic dynamics Economic Prosperity Establishing fiscal strategies, objectives, and targets that balance the needs of stakeholders, including immediate needs and those of future generations SRC. greenprojectmanagement.org/principles
  16. 16. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” PRiSM – The Methodology Sustainability Project Management Integration Integrating Sustainability with Project Management by embedding Social and Environmental International Standards and Global Initiatives and Principles
  17. 17. Brand Value and Reputation? Download for free at www.greenprojectmanagement.org/p5 And much more… Sustainability is about VALUE CREATION  SOCIETAL  ENVIRONMENTAL  ECONOMIC to meet the GLOBALNEEDS!
  18. 18. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” ©Copyright GPM 2009-2016 The Matrix P5
  19. 19. PRojects integrating Sustainable Methods Project Mandate Select Project Planning Team Review Lessons Learned from Previous Projects Reconcile With Organizational Systems Perform P5 Impact Analysis Perform High Level Costing Analysis Finalized Business Case Phase Review Business Case Updated Go/No Go Close Project Lessons Learned Documented No Proceed to Planning Yes Define and Section off Sustainability Risks and Opportunities Go/No Go End Initative No Yes Review Business Case and Define Scope Formalize Project Team Perform Create Setup Project Controls And Measurements Draft Benefits Management Plan Define Sustainable Quality Components Sustainability Management Plan Refined Product Breakdown Structure (PBS) Developed Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Developed Define/ Perform Risk Assessment Compile Project Management Plan Documents Cost Management Plan Quality Plan Procurement Plan Go/No Go Review Plan and Go Forward Strategy Obtain Sign Off Lessons Learned Documented No Yes Calibrate Estimators and Duration of Activities Review/ Validate Resource Requirements Quality Management System (QMS) Sustainability Management System (SMS) Environmental Management System (EMS) Energy Management System (EnMS) Asset Management System (AMS) Risk Management System (RMS) Occupational Health and Safety (OHSMS) Procurement Management System (Others as available) Select Project Sponsor& Project Manager Draft Business Case Draft Sustainability Management Plan Pre-Project ProjectInitiation ProjectPla Obtain Sign Off
  20. 20. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Excluding Projects Sustainability Governance Organizational Strategy Opportunities Business Case Project Governance Project EnvironmentProject Environment Project OrganizationProject Organization ProjectProject Project Management Processes Product Processes Support Processes Operations Benefits Deliverables External Environment Organizational Environment Bermuda Triangle of Sustainability !Sustain ability
  21. 21. Benefits Realization Concept Definition Implementation Handover and Closeout Benefits Realization Operations Common project management practice dictates that benefits are based on business specific economic returns.
  22. 22. GPM’s benefits extend beyond economic returns P5 Sustainability Framework Concept Definition Implementation Handover and Closeout Benefits Realization Operations Benefits are based on: • Business Specific Economic Returns • Alignment with Organizational and Government Sustainability Initiatives/Goals • Risk Responsiveness and Aversion • Global Reporting Initiative Reporting Standards & UN Post 2015 Engagement Architecture Reporting Capabilities • Alignment with ISO 14001 Environmental Management • Alignment with ISO 50001 Energy Management • Alignment with ISO 26000 Corporate Social Responsibility • Increased efficiency of process and increased organizational maturity in projects Benefits Realization
  23. 23. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” The Current PM Challenge Many project managers are locked onto focusing on the traditional Time / Cost / Scope paradigm (if lucky they take into account quality) Successful project managers focus on time, cost, quality, scope, benefits and risk Exceptional project managers also take into account the other triple constraint… Though the key questions for organizations is how to facilitate this?
  24. 24. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Which are the Stakeholders of Project? 24 Stakeholders ISO 21500 Pg. 2 and 7 Management of Stakeholders Engagement!! Source: GPM PRiSM Practitioner course. Module Stakeholder Engagement
  25. 25. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Executives Speak Up 77% Action on climate change is an urgent priority for my business Climate change will create opportunities for growth and innovation for my company in the next 3 - 5 years 80% Data based on survey of 75 CEOs of Caring for Climate participant companies; datarepresents proportion of respondents selecting “agree” and “strongly agree”. 62% CEOs believe they cannot quantify the value or their sustainability initiatives
  26. 26. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Minding the Gap Combined Impact of Project Objectives (Most Companies) Global Societal Needs (Where Companies should be) The Inside Out Approach The Outside In Approach Today’s internally focusedapproach to goal setting is not enough to address global needs. By looking at what is needed externally from a global perspective and setting goals accordingly, projects can bridge the gap between current performance (Business as Usual) and Increased performance (Supporting SDGs) SDGs SDGs SDGs SDGs GAP
  27. 27. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Define Priorities: Map the Value Chain Rawmaterials Suppliers Inbound Logistics Company Operations Distribution Product Use Product End of Life Increasing Positive Impact Minimizing Negative Impact
  28. 28. Peace: How Business Can Contribute 28 The United Nations will look to you to demonstrate that responsiblebusiness is a force for good and, when undertaken by a critical mass, canhelp deliver a more sustainable, peaceful and prosperous future for all. H.E. Mr. Jan Eliasson, Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations “ ”
  29. 29. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Aligning corporate strategies with SDG-16 Business can be a powerful agent of change in an interconnected world where the private sector, governments and society have differentiated responsibilities but a shared interest in stability, prosperity, peace and development. 29 https://www.unglobalcompact.org/docs/issues_doc/Peace_and_Business/AdvancingSDGsPeace.pdf Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels “ ”
  30. 30. Impacting the future
  31. 31. 31 Principle 1 | Purpose: We will develop the capabilities of students to be future generators of sustainable value for business and society at large and to work for an inclusive and sustainable global economy. Principle 2 | Values: We will incorporate into our academic activities and curricula the values of global social responsibility as portrayed in international initiatives such as the United Nations Global Compact. Principle 3 | Method: We will create educational frameworks, materials, processes and environments that enable effective learning experiences for responsible leadership. Principle 4 | Research: We will engage in conceptual and empirical research that advances our understanding about the role, dynamics, and impact of corporations in the creation of sustainable social, environmental and economic value. Principle 5 | Partnership: We will interact with managers of business corporations to extend our knowledge of their challenges in meeting social and environmental responsibilities and to explore jointly effective approaches to meeting these challenges. Principle 6 | Dialogue: We will facilitate and support dialog and debate among educators, students, business, government, consumers, media, civil society organizations and other interested groups and stakeholders on critical issues related to global social responsibility and sustainability.
  32. 32. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” Final Words The SDGs offer a framework for all actors in society to advance sustainable development, PEACE and STABILITY. 32 https://www.unglobalcompact.org/docs/issues_doc/Peace_and_Business/AdvancingSDGsPeace.pdf
  33. 33. “Grandescosassucedencuando te involucrasconPMI” 33 Many Thanks! • ar.linkedin.com/in/monicagonzalezortega/ • monica.gonzalez@greenprojectmanagement.org • http://www.greenprojectmanagement.org/ • http://www.mgoconsultant.com.ar Facebook.com/greenprojectmanagement

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