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ECOFORUM - Joel Carboni - Green Project Management


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Презентация использовалась во время выступления Джоела Карбони, ключевого спикера международного ЭКОФОРУМА "Мир управления проектами" и представил тему "Зеленое" управление проектами

The presentation was used during the Joel Carboni's speech, who was the keynote speaker of the International ECOFORUM "World of project management" and present the topic Green Project Management.

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ECOFORUM - Joel Carboni - Green Project Management

  1. 1. Projects for a BetterWorld. GreenProject Management Joel CarboniPh.D, IPMALevel B® GPM®
  2. 2. 2 Joel B. Carboni Ph.D. IPMA Level B® GPM® PSM3™ KStG - Father of two (four and five years old) - 20 Years of PPPM Experience - President of IPMA-USA and Founder Green Project Management - 2013 IPMA Achievement Award Recipient for Integrating Sustainability in Project Delivery - 2014 World HRD Training and Development Leadership award Recipient - Representative to the United Nations Global Compact, PRME, Anti- Corruption, and Caring for Climate initiative - Architect of the GPM P5 Standard for Sustainability in Project Management and PRiSM Methodology Your Presenter Email: Online:
  4. 4. We need superheroes!
  5. 5. A GrowingProblem • According to Global Footprint Network’s calculations, our (global) demand for renewable ecological resources and the services they provide is now equivalent to that of more than 1.6 Earths. • The data shows us on track to require the resources of two planets well before mid-century. 6
  6. 6. About GPM? Professional Development Organization Services in over145Countries • Training through partners (Corp., University, Associations) • International Certification of individuals (GPM-b™, GPM®, and GPM-m™) • Sustainable PM Methodology (PRiSM™) • Organizational Sustainability Assessments (PSM3) | Centre of Excellence • Standards (P5 Standard)
  7. 7. Impactingthe futurethroughour University Partner Program and the UN PRME initiative UN
  8. 8. Growing in Russia GPMCIS Regional Office Executive Director South Ural State University Oxana Klimenko Dotoevsky Omsk State University
  9. 9. GPM Certification ofIndividuals GPM-b | Knowledge GPM | Ability GPM-m | Mastery
  10. 10. 1 1 Infrastructure Benefits Builds the business case and outlines benefits for investing in change delivery infrastructure and competence development Reduces Costs Reducing costs and increasing benefits from organizational change delivery (Portfolios, Programs and Projects). Provides a Clear Picture of Where you Stand Determination of your organizational sustainable change delivery baseline Strengthens Vertically and Horizontally Continuous Improvement Determination of strategic goals for continuous and sustainable improvement Provides Assurance Leverages ISO standards to provide assurance to your sustainability report in order to breathe confidence to your investors and stakeholders Sustainability and Transparency Reporting Establishes the basis by which change initiatives can be material in sustainability / non-financial reporting Supports Risk Mitigation on Over 50 Areas Provides new areas of focus in order align social and environmental parameters to mitigate and manage risk to change, product development, and service delivery. Identification of current organizational strengths and potential areas for increased sustainability integration $ Organizational Excellence | PSM3
  11. 11. Our Sustainability Affiliations United Nations Global Compact • First Project Management Professional Development Organization or Member Association to become a signatory (2013) and still are. United Nations PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) Supporting Organization • One of only 14 worldwide The Earth Charter Endorsers • GPM founders have taken part since the initial 2001 Summit UN Business for Peace Initiative • GPM is a founding signatory
  12. 12. Whatis Sustainability?
  13. 13. Towardsthe Future The Year of Ecology
  14. 14. TowardsNewSustainable Development Goals A key outcome from the general assembly: "Sustainability is now firmly on the global business agenda, but there is an urgent need to turn words into action…” and that “The business of business is sustainability”.
  15. 15. Transparency is becomingthe new norm 27,646 Communication on progress reports in the UN Global Compact Database as of December, 2014 81% of the S&P companies published a sustainability report for the 2015 period (Up from 74% in 2014) 15,234+ Reports submitted according to the GRI G4 Framework “There is no place to hide anymore in the world. That’s very, very powerful. I like to say transparency is not an act, it’s a condition. Let’s face it, when people are watching us, we behave differently.” Aron Cramer, President and CEO, BSR
  16. 16. The New Sustainable DevelopmentGoals
  17. 17. Mindingthe Gap – WheredoesPM factor? Combined Impact of Project Objectives (Most Companies) Global Societal Needs (Where Companies should be) SDGs SDGs SDGs GAP SDGs
  18. 18. WhatCan PM’s do? 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?
  19. 19. The need for harmonization
  20. 20. KeyAreas of Focus Principles Approach +
  21. 21. The GPM P5™ Standard for Sustainabilityin Project Management
  22. 22. Projects Product Impacts Objectives & Efforts | Lifespan & Servicing Process Impacts Maturity and Efficiency Society (People) Environmental (Planet) Economic (Profit) Labor Practices & Decent Work Society and Customers Human Rights Ethical Behavior Transport Energy Water Waste Return on Investment Business Agility Economic Stimulation Employment Labor/ Management Relations Health and Safety Training and Education Organizational Learning Diversity and Equal Opportunity Trained Professional Emigration Community Support Job/ Unemployment Public Policy/ Compliance Customer Health and Safety Market Communications and Advertising Customer Privacy Cultural Impact Non- Discrimination Freedom of Association Child Labor Forced or Compulsory Labor Investment and Procurement Practices Bribery and Corruption Anti-Competitive Behavior Digital Communicati on Traveling Transport Energy Used Clean Energy Return Renewable Energy Water Quality Water Consumption Water Displacement Recycling Practices End of life disposal/ reusability Waste Disposal Co2 emissions Air Quality Noise Pollution Good Neighbor Benefit Cost Ratio Direct Financial Benefits Sustainable Return on Investment Net Present Value Flexibility/ Optionality in the project Increased Business Flexibility Local Economic Impact Sustainable Profitability/Indirect Benefits Materials and Procurement Materials used by weight or volume Recycled input Materials Sustainable Procurement Practices Tying to the SDGs
  23. 23. How to use it Deliverable 1 Deliverable 2 Deliverable 3 +3 (High) +1 Low -3 Medium + _ +2 Medium +3 High -2 Medium -1 Low 0 -3 High +1 Low +2 Medium +3 High -2 Medium -1 Low 0 +1 Low +2 Medium -2 Medium -1 Low 0 -3 High
  24. 24. Borneo - Sarawak “The private sector must play its part in observing laws. I urge business leaders and project managers to assume the responsibility, ensuring resources are used in a way that they do not compromise the needs of future generations,” Talif said at the launch of green project management programs here recently. He said the business community tended to focus on “one P” when considering the health of a company. “They only look at the P representing profit at the expense of the planet and the people living on it.” A recent survey showed that up to 64% of business leaders did not understand how to improve project sustainability, he said. Tackling Deforestation and Air Pollution in Malaysia and Borneo
  25. 25. Swaziland- Africa Shanty Towns • High Poverty and Crime Rates • Project to provide lighting at night • P5 Impact analysis • Initial Project KPIs tied to time/cost/scope • After P5, tied to sustainability
  26. 26. 15,000+ Downloads ofP5 39% are Project Managers 19% are Academic 17% are Sustainability Professionals 11% are Executives 8% Training Providers 6% are Government Officials 94% of Executives stated that projects and project management are integral to sustainable development 93% who have adopted have seen a tangible increase in project performance Downloaded by 147 Countries 76% of downloaders Put P5 into practice Top Four Reasons for Download 1. To learn how projects and sustainability converge 2. To help measure projects for sustainability 3. Academic research 4. To help in attaining certification 38% The Americas 44% Europe 10% Asia Pacific 6% Africa 2% Middle East Download for free @ greenprojectmanagement.og/p5
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  28. 28. 3 1Principlesfor SustainableProject Management Integrated and Transparent Fostering the interdependence of economic development, social integrity, 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 and Accountability Recognizing the essential rights of all to healthy, clean and safe environments, equal opportunity, fair remuneration, ethical procurement, and adherence to rule of law 4 5 6 Principal and Values Based Conserving and enhancing our natura resource base by improving the ways which we develop and use technolog and resources Social and Ecological Equity Assessing human 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 1 2 3
  29. 29. Our Goal
  30. 30. Let’s Be Heroes!
  31. 31. Thankyou!