GPM’s initiative to develop the PRiSM Methodology, related training programs, UN development goal integration, and international registration called, “Applying Sustainability to Project Delivery,” took the bronze prize at the 27th International Project Management Association (IPMA) World Congress in Dubrovnik, Croatia. This is the first time the IPMA honored a U.S.-based organization.
“Our project's goal was to establish an enhancement to existing project management methodologies using a framework for sustainability that delivers far more than business objectives; it creates a better tomorrow for all,” stated GPM president, Joel Carboni.
This project is an exciting development in the field of sustainable projects. GreenEDU congratulates team members Joel Carboni (USA); Monica Gonzalez (Argentina); Lorena Perdomo (Spain); Jeff Hodgkinson (USA); and David Simo (USA), on a job well done.
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