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CRC Press Inc
31 August 2010
Business strategy; Project management; The environment; Sustainability; Computing: general; Network management
Winner of PMI's 2011 David I. Cleland Project Management Literature Award Detailing cutting-edge green techniques and methods, this book teaches project managers how to maximize resources and get the most out of limited budgets. It supplies proven techniques and best practices in green project management, including risk and opportunity assessments. With illustrative case studies and insights from acknowledged leaders in green project management, the text: Explains how to tap into green incentives, including grants, rebates, and tax credits Includes case studies that illustrate how to integrate green techniques and methods to generate cost savings and maximize resources Provides green techniques that take little time to implement, can benefit all types of projects, and can generate immediate savings to your project's bottom line Praise for: A first-of-its-kind book ...a must-read for senior executives as well as project managers. --Harold Kerzner, Ph.

D., Senior Executive Director for Project Management at The International Institute for Learning ...an impressive piece of work. --Jean Binder, PMP, MBA, award-winning author (David I. Cleland Literature Award, 2008) This important book defines the green field and sets out the steps for those who want to be ahead of the crowd...

--Dr. David Hillson, PMP, FAPM, FIRM, MCMI, Director of Risk Doctor & Partners ...an incredible call to arms to increase your project greenality for a better world, or a bigger pay check, if you're still cynical on this topic. --Bas de Baar, ProjectShrink.com ...an excellent job of making the reader aware of how much influence a single project manager, let alone an entire discipline, can have on improving our environment. --Professor Schwalbe, Department of Business Administration, Augsburg College
By:   Richard Maltzman (Earth PM Boston University), David Shirley
Imprint:   CRC Press Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 235mm,  Width: 159mm,  Spine: 20mm
Weight:   544g
ISBN:   9781439830017
ISBN 10:   1439830010
Pages:   296
Publication Date:   31 August 2010
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
SURFING THE GREEN WAVE Problem Drivers and Indicators Climate Change Population Increase Rapidly Developing Nations and Resource Depletion Environmental Degradation and Loss of Biodiversity Government Agencies, Mandates, and Guidelines Green Project Terminology: The Language of the Green Wave Carbon Footprint and Sustainability The Cycle of Sustainability Cradle to Cradle The Natural Step Corporate Social Responsibility and the Green Project Manager Biodegradable Greenwashing Triple Bottom Line Eco Audit Reduce, Redesign, Reuse, Recycle Renewable Energy SMARTER Objectives Understanding Green Project Fundamentals Green, Quality, and Greenality Reducing Nonproduct Output The Project Management Institute and Greenality Cost of Greenality Project Life Cycle Thinking Project Cycle of Sustainability Environmental Scope Environmental Risks Stakeholders Types of Projects: A Rainbow of Green Green by Definition Green by Project Impact (or the Lack Thereof) Green by Product Impact GreenGeneral A Rainbow of Green HIKING THE PROJECT Project Ideation Why Are Projects Initiated? How Are Projects Chosen? Decision-Making Tools and the Green Component Creating the Green -Friendly Decision-Making Environment Changing the Way People Think About Green Decision-Making Tools Validation of the Decision Creating a Green Charter The Initial Project Kickoff Meeting Acting on the Idea Tools and Techniques Greenality of Project Communications The Spirit of the Communication Jeopardy and Escalation Processes Greenality of Suppliers Developing the Project Project Planning Sustainability and the WBS Who and What Are Required for the Project Greening the People Greening the Schedule Greening the Project Purchasing (Procurement)Process Greening Project Costs Greening Project Quality Risk and Greenality Greenality Outputs Environmental Management Plan Executing the Project The Project Team The Kickoff Meeting (Implementation) Greenality Assurance Tracking Project Process Status and Progress ReportingUsing Social Media to Green Communications Execution of Greenality Efforts Warning Signs of Greenality Problems Greenality of Suppliers Capturing Greenality Lessons Learned Taking the Watch (Monitoring and Controlling) Greenality Data Collection and Analysis Measuring the Performance of Greenality Controlling the Issues Keeping on an Even Keel Change Control and Greenality Effective Actions to Abate Greenality Issues APPROACHING THE FINISH LINE The Beginning and the End? Heaven on Earth Life Cycle Thinking Basics Life Cycle Assessment A Brief History Standards for LCA Carbon Footprinting Based on LCA Performing an LCA How to Promote the Use of an LCA The Life Cycle of the Product of Your Project LCA Software Tools Lean Thinking, Muda, and the Four Ls Lean Thinking and Your Project Lean Methods At the Top of Their Game Patagonia Timberland Interface Google Office Depot Microsoft General Electric Steward Advanced MaterialsHome of The Toxin Terminator Sun Chips Enabling Green to Earn You Green Green Government PurchasingEPA Grants and Rebates Actions Undertaken CROSSING THE FINISH LINE Tips, Tools, and Techniques to Green (A Green Project Manager's Toolbox) Resource Information Books We Think You Should Read or Reference Suggested Reading on Life Cycle Assessment Collaboration Tools and Resources Resource for Improving Team Collaboration Using Web-Based Media Green Efforts by Companies and Other OrganizationsA Sampler Web Sites Worth a Visit and a Stay Additional Tools and Resources for Green Project Managers Each chapter concludes with Endnotes

Rich Maltzman, PMP, has been an engineer since 1978 and a project management supervisor since 1988, including a recent two-year assignment in the Netherlands in which he built a team of PMs overseeing deployments of telecom networks in Europe and the Middle East. His project work has been diverse, including projects such as the successful deployment of the entire video and telecom infrastructure for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, and the 2006 integration of the program management offices (PMOs) of two large merging corporations. As a second, but intertwined career, Rich has also focused on consulting and teaching, having developed curricula and/or taught at: Boston University's Corporate E ducation Center Merrimack College Northern Essex Community College University of Massachusetts--Lowell Rich has also professionally developed project management professional (PMP) exam prep courseware, including exams and books. He even edited and was the voice for a set of eight audio CDs--a major part of a PMP prep course for an international company, for whom he has also facilitated PMP exam study groups. Rich was selected for the modeling team for the fourth edition of the PMBOK Guide published by the Project Management Institute (PMI) in 2008, and contributed to the chapters on quality and risk. Recently, Rich presented at two international conferences--the PMO Symposium in San Antonio, Texas, and the PMO Summit in Coconut Grove, Florida, the subject being the development framework for project managers. Currently, Rich is senior manager, learning and professional advancement, at the Global Program Management Office of a major telecom concern. Rich's educational background includes a BSEE from the University of Massachusetts--Amherst, and an MSIE from Purdue University. In addition, Rich has a mini-MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and a master's certificate in international business management granted jointly from Indiana University's Kelley School of Business and INSEAD of France. From a project management standpoint, Rich received his PMP in 2000 after earning the Stevens Institute's master's certificate in 1999. He has presented papers on project management at conferences in Huizen, the Netherlands, Mexico City, and Long Beach, California. Rich is currently coauthoring a book with Ranjit Biswas, PMP, titled The Fiddler on the Project, a portion of which is being collaboratively written on the Web via a wiki, http://fiddlerontheproject.wikidot.com, and posts regularly on his blog, Scope Crepe, http://scopecrepe.blogspot.com. Dave Shirley, PMP, has been an instructor and consultant, and have more than 30 years' experience in management and project management, in the corporate, public, and small-business arenas. As a member of the graduate faculty at New England College, he developed and teaches Managing Projects in Healthcare. As part of the Master's of Management (MoM) in Healthcare Administration and the MoM in Project Management and Organizational Leadership, he has taught project management at hospitals and businesses as well as online and on campus for the past seven years. He also developed, directed, and taught a project management certification program at Northern Essex Community College in Haverhill, Massachusetts. Dave is a senior instructor and consultant for Action For Results, and a senior instructor for ESI International, both leading project management education and training companies. He is also an adjunct professor for Southern New Hampshire University, teaching corporate social responsibility. As a distinguished member of the technical staff with AT&T and Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories, Dave was responsible for managing the first light-wave transmission products as well as several quality efforts. He was also AT&T's project manager for the first fiber-to-the-home effort in Connecticut, and was the Lucent Technologies' program management director, managing several large telecommunications companies' equipment deployment. Dave has many years of experience in developing, leading, and managing teams. Dave's educational background includes a BA degree in geology from Windham College, Putney, Vermont, and an honors MBA degree from Monmouth University in Long Branch, New Jersey. He also holds master's certificates in project management from Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, New Jersey, and American University in Washington, DC, and is certified as a Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute (PMI). PMP is a certification mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc., which is registered in the United States and other nations. PMI is a service and trademark of the Project Management Institute, Inc., which is registered in the United States and other nations.

Reviews for Green Project Management

A first-of-its-kind book ... links the necessity of going green with project management. ... This book offers a flexible and adaptive approach to bridging the gap between going green and project management. ... a must-read for senior executives as well as project managers. --Harold Kerzner, Ph.D., Senior Executive Director for Project Management at The International Institute for Learning ... an impressive piece of work. An indispensable book for project managers who are responsible for green projects, and an essential source for anyone willing to apply good project management principles to green initiatives. Maltzman and Shirley guide us through the impacts of green to project management, helping us to understand the basic vocabulary and principles, and potential developments and needs. The book also introduces new perspectives that are likely to become a reference in the field: the SMARTER principle, the green spectrum of projects, and a detailed guide to the green project life cycle. --Jean Binder, PMP, MBA, International Speaker and award winning author (David I. Cleland Literature Award, 2008) The green imperative affects us all, personally and professionally, whether we recognize it or not. Green Project Management is an idea whose time has almost come, and very soon all project managers will need demonstrable green credentials. This important book defines the green field and sets out the steps for those who want to be ahead of the crowd, allowing us to take a considered response instead of being forced to react when green is no longer an option. But do it because you should, not because you must. --Dr. David Hillson, PMP, FAPM, FIRM, MCMI, Director of Risk Doctor & Partners Greenality is the new black. Project managers need to consider the sustainability or greenness of their projects in the 21st Century; it is now part of their remit to make the best use of resources with this in mind. --Peter Taylor, Author of The Lazy Project Manager ... an incredible call to arms to increase your project greenality for a better world, or a bigger pay check, if you're still cynical on this topic. Green + Quality is what your customers are demanding, and Rich and Dave wrote the ultimate guide for Project Managers to learn how to do this: metrics, definitions, examples and, very important, planning. Awesome! --Bas de Baar, ProjectShrink.com In this well-researched book, they explain why project managers need to view things through an environmental lens. Their measure of greenality will become another project process; a success factor by default for future projects. Maltzman and Shirley haven't lost sight of the business imperative, either. They explain how being green is good for the bottom line, and when the business case stacks up, it's good for projects and the planet. --Elizabeth Harrin, Author of the award-winning blog A Girl's Guide to Project Management Unless you plan on leading a project to colonize the moon, you'd better incorporate this book's greenality principles into your project success scorecard. aWe've only got one planet to live on last time I checked. --Kimberly Wiefling, Author, Scrappy Project Management ... an excellent job of making the reader aware of how much influence a single project manager, let alone an entire discipline, can have on improving our environment. They suggest that project managers add another focus to their work: viewing projects through an environmental lens. Maltzman and Shirley coin the term greenality to describe the degree to which you consider environmental factors that affect projects throughout the entire project life cycle and beyond. Greenality can be applied to all projects, and we will all benefit from this important concept. --Kathy Schwalbe, Author & Professor, Department of Business Administration, Augsburg College Maltzmann (engineering, project management supervision) and Shirley (management, project management) offer guidance for project managers on how to implement green techniques and methods and maintain a healthy project bottom line. The authors address green terminology, green project fundamentals, types of projects, project development, execution, monitoring and controlling, life cycle assessment, lean thinking, and funding opportunities such as grants, rebates, and tax credits. --In Research Book News, booknews.com, February 2011


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