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New IPMA Competence Baseline Supports Sustainabilty!

In May of this year, we signed a collaboration agreement with the International Project Management Association (IPMA) during the launch of the Malaysian Project Management Awards which is a national version of the IPMA Awards and GPM Awards. Seeing the growing interest in sustainability in project management, we were very pleased to have the opportunity […]

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A Project Manager’s True Purpose: Output, Benefits or Both?

This post is the second of two that reinforce the importance of benefits to projects. The current post provides a perspective on why benefits are important to sustainability and reinforces why project management (PM) should focus on benefits and output. This is part of a series to help raise awareness around sustainable change delivery. “Put first things […]

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GPM and UN Global Compact Local Networks; collaboration for a better world

The UN Post-2015 Business Engagement Architecture outlines platforms for action and partnership which can help optimize and scale up corporate sustainability efforts as well as contribute to corporate participation in the broader multi-stakeholder efforts to achieve UN goals. These supporting elements include various forums and platforms that enable companies and other stakeholders to work together – […]

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