Category Archives: EarthPM Presentations

The Rising Tide of Climate-Based Projects

Worry. We’re not telling you to worry.  We’re telling you that people are worried.  People with money.  People who launch and sponsor projects.  They’re worried to the tune of nearly half-a-trillion US dollars.  Where is this worrying taking place? Deep in the heart of Boston.  Thus, the image of the very worried young Red Sox […]

Juxtaposition

We have always asserted that vocabulary is particularly important for project managers.  Why?  Glad you asked. It’s because we end up overseeing – coordinating – animating – conducting work in which we are not necessarily the leading expert.  What that means is that we must know the SMEs (Subject Matter Experts) to seek out to […]

Hypoxia Revisited

We blogged about hypoxia (this seems surreal) more than three years ago, at which time we referred to our book, Green Project Management, as “our upcoming book”.  A lot happens in three years.  The book is out, has been recognized with PMI’s highest award for literature, and has been used in University courses on sustainability. […]

First comes love, then comes marriage…then comes sustainability in a baby carriage…

Just a note to let you know that you can find our article, published today in the PMWORLD Journal.  It’s entitled, “PM and IT: a sustainable marriage, made in a cloud”. With a title like that, it could be about anything.  So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and read it!  <– click here […]

Greenwishing? Greenwashing? Or Green?

  Isn’t it interesting how air travel works? You fly thousands, sometimes many thousands of miles (or kilometers), land, taxi to the gate and wait, either for a gate or a jetway.  The last few steps of your journey are tantalizingly close but somehow that last piece never gets done. Last week, it was a […]