Green Project Management

Richard Maltzman, David Shirley

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August 31, 2010 by CRC Press
Professional - 296 Pages - 33 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781439830017 - CAT# K11466

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Features

  • Winner of PMI’s 2011 David I. Cleland Project Management Literature Award
  • Illustrates how to apply Green techniques to maximize resources and increase savings
  • Explains how projects and companies can benefit from Green tax incentives and rebates
  • Includes case studies that show Green project management in action
  • Offers green techniques that take little time to implement, can benefit every type of project, and can generate immediate savings to your project's bottom line 

Summary

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