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Proud Frankensteins

          In a way, we’ve felt a little like Dr. Frankenstein, trying to put together a living, breathing body (of knowledge) on sustainability thinking in project management. A small group of us who have labored in this … Continue reading

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Run, Forest, Run!

Our latest blog post from Projects@Work is particularly interesting in that it goes over some recent (and fantastic!) discoveries from the world of life science.  The discoveries are around the way that forests run (thus the lame reference to Forrest … Continue reading

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8 Sustainability Trends for 2017

      Here – courtesy of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership –are your 8 Sustainability Trends Driving Business in 2017.  The title is interesting to us in that in is very similar to our latest book: … Continue reading

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Real Success. Do your projects have it?

  Click on the image above, or here – to go to a 15-ish minute video that (we humbly assert) says what needs to be said about the intersection of Project Management and Sustainability.  

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The Project Pope Statement

No, that’s not a typo.  You probably thought we’d be talking about a Project Scope Statement.  But here, we really are talking about the Pope and his recent encyclical, “Laudato Si’”.  This is Pope Francis’ writings and ‘policy statements’ if … Continue reading

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