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Get a (Green) (PM) Job

  The Project Management Institute has issued its Global Jobs Report (January, 2013), highlighting “5 Sectors to Watch”. The good news overall – demand for PM skills hit a four-year high in 2012 (despite the general economic decline over those years). The five sectors analyzed in this Report: Tech Healthcare Infrastructure Energy Finance …and although […]

Sustainability as a PM career-builder

Back in 1843, when we founded EarthPM (okay it was a bit more recent than that, but it seems so…long…ago), we based it on 5 Assertions, which we have updated slightly: 1. Doing the right thing helps the project team do things right. 2. Adding sustainability thinking in PM helps better equip you and your […]

Strange Environmental Bedfellow’s Defeat Prop 23 (Update)

This is a follow up to an earlier post. The California vote “signifies the largest public referendum on clean energy legislation. Tom Steyer, co-chairman of the NO on 23 campaign, stated “In the midst of a major economic downturn, and with a barrage of fear mongering and scare tactics, voters still said they want a […]

Green economy picture gets a little rosier

One of the most prevalent themes in our soon-to-be-released book, and really what inspired the cover art for the book, is that project managers stand to benefit from the “green wave”, and that although it’s the right thing to do – altruistically – it’s also the right thing to do from a business perspective. That […]

ECO:Nomics-Creating Environmental Capital

While we at EarthPm assert that “a project run with green intent is the right thing to do”, we are also realists.  Businesses cannot stay in business if they constantly lose money on their ventures.  If businesses are to be encouraged to do that right thing, a noble effort, they will also need to “justify” […]