Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Sustainability taking root in management agendas

A new MIT Sloan report brings good news for project managers interested in sustainability. The authors claim that sustainability is reaching a tipping point, where companies have made it a permanent part of their management agendas, as they find more and more that they profit from sustainable practices.

While there's still progress to be made in this direction, the trend is a positive one for our planet -- and, of course, for green project managers. With companies placing more emphasis on sustainability, it's a good time to incorporate it into your project management work. To learn more about how to do that, check out the online seminars being offered by Green Project Management.

And this new focus is also likely to result in more project management jobs related directly to sustainability. If you know of opportunities in this area, or have any thoughts on the subject, we'd love to hear from you -- enter your comments below!

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