Equity Project Management Sustainability

Equity Project Management Sustainability

Project Management, Sustainability
Sustainability in project management is a topic that has been around for decades. More recently, equity in project management was introduced as professional project managers acknowledged the importance of “happy and satisfied” team members. These team members, who are paid fair wages and have safe and comfortable working conditions, are an important factor in achieving project success. However, in the past year, the pandemic and the call for social justice have clearly demonstrated that there is still a need for improvement in addressing equity and sustainability. Also, it has been reconfirmed that sustainability and equity are interwoven, as we can see in the popular diagram below, which includes the main components governing sustainability: The economic and social components shown above yield equity when they are present and work collaboratively together.…
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Post COVID19, Reconstruction, and SUSTAINABILITY!

Post COVID19, Reconstruction, and SUSTAINABILITY!

Sustainability
It should come as no surprise to anyone that the current global situation is anything but sustainable. The current pandemic has only highlighted our concerns regarding socio-economic inequality, unsustainable resource consumption, and rampant pollution. To that end, many NGOs, public agencies, and national governments are making drastic yet unavoidable changes needed to not only address the pandemic currently but also to address the previously stated global concerns, such as the overarching need to move into a more sustainable mindset quickly. Many of us may already think that we do our share by recycling, using mass transit when feasible, and purchasing eco-friendly products of all kinds. However, these changes, significant as they are, have not been universally adopted, plus they are not enough to counteract the damage that has been done…
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