Thursday, 30 October 2008

Disparate projects disparate sustainability opportunities – Adrian Pyne

Issues of sustainability need to be tackled at a programme level if they are to have a realistic impact on the global environment. However, the sustainability argument has to be justified in more ways than it simply being a ‘good thing’.

Eklington (1994) introduced the concept of the ‘triple bottom line’ – success measured by their social, economic and social impact. This introduces complexity – which is where programme management has a role to play.

Programme management was designed to address this kind of change and delivering this complex level of benefit.

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