BRIGHT CHALLENGE CONFERENCE
Project Management Sustainability
26 DE OUTUBRO DE 2017
Key-note Speaker : Bill Duncan
Title : “The Seven Habits of Highly Sustainable Organizations”
More and more, CEOs and other senior executives are recognizing that sustainability is necessary to survive and that making their organizations more sustainable is necessary to thrive and prosper. In this presentation, we’ll explore the seven habits that your organization needs to develop if it wants to become highly sustainable:
- Sustainability is an explicit part of their vision and mission.
- They evaluate their short- and long-term results against the Triple Bottom Line.
- They embrace the need for change.
- They practice transparency. Always.
- They talk about the importance of sustainability. Constantly.
- They are willing to invest in outside assistance.
- They prioritize their sustainability initiatives.
09:30 Bill Duncan – “The Seven Habits of Highly Sustainable Organizations”
10:30 Coffee break de networking
11:00 Painel sobre sustentabilidade
William R. Duncan is Director of Certification for GPM Global – Green Project Management and for IPMA-USA, the USA Member Association of IPMA, the world’s oldest project management professional society. He is also the former Director of Standards for PMI, the Project Management Institute, Inc. (USA).
He was the primary author of the original (1996) version of the PMBOK Guide – A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge. In addition, his “process model” of project management was used to organize the current version of ISO 21500, Guidelines for Project Management.
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