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The GPM P5 Standard for Sustainability in Project Management.
The GPM P5 Standard for Sustainability in Project Management.

The GPM P5 Standard for Sustainability in

Project Management.

The Presenter

Bassam Samman PMP PSP EVP GPM

Bassam holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Kuwait University and a Master’s Degree in Engineering

Administration from the George Washington University. He has attended executive management programs at Harvard Business School (HBS) and London Business School (LBS). He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), a certified Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP), Earned Value Professional (EVP) and Green Project Management (GPM). He is thoroughly experienced in Project Management including project control systems, project collaboration and management information systems, risk management, construction management, claims management, strategy

The Presenter Bassam Samman PMP PSP EVP GPM Bassam holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering

execution among others. Bassam has 35 years’ experience in

Project Management Consultancy and he is the CEO and Founder of CMCS.

Agenda

1.The Sample Project 2.The Evolution of Sustainable Project Delivery

3.The GPM P5 Standard for Sustainability in Project Management

4.The Strength of PRiSM

5.PRiSM the Methodology

6.Where does the SMP Impact the project?

The Home Cookie Project

Delivery

The Home Cookie Project Delivery

Product Breakdown Structure

(PBS) Chocolate Chip Cookie Chocolate Dough Chips Flour Eggs Sugar Butter
(PBS)
Chocolate
Chip Cookie
Chocolate
Dough
Chips
Flour
Eggs
Sugar
Butter

Work Breakdown Structure

(WBS) Chocolate Chip Cookie Chocolate Dough Chips Flour Eggs Sugar Butter Work Packages at lowest level
(WBS)
Chocolate
Chip Cookie
Chocolate
Dough
Chips
Flour
Eggs
Sugar
Butter
Work Packages
at lowest level of
any branch
Beat Eggs
until fluffy

The Evolution of Sustainable

Project Delivery

The Evolution of Sustainable Project Delivery

The P5™ Standard for Sustainability in Project

Management

The P5™ Standard for Sustainability in Project Management

P5 Overview

Five measureable elements to sustainability

Each measured individually and through Mutual Possession

Planet (Environmental aspect) People (Social aspect) Profit (Financial aspect) Process (Governance aspect) Product (Technical aspect)

P5 Overview • Five measureable elements to sustainability • Each measured individually and through Mutual Possession

P5 Matrix

Portfolios Business Case Management Organizational Commitment & Usage | Standards & Competence | Continuous Improvement Projects
Portfolios
Business Case Management
Organizational Commitment & Usage | Standards & Competence | Continuous Improvement
Projects
Product Impacts
Process Impacts
Objectives & Efforts | Lifespan & Servicing
Maturity and Efficiency
Society
Environmental
Economic
(People)
(Planet)
(Profit)
Labor Practices & Decent Work Society and Materials and Return on Economic Human Rights Ethical Behavior
Labor Practices
& Decent Work
Society and
Materials and
Return on
Economic
Human Rights
Ethical Behavior
Transport
Energy
Water
Waste
Business Agility
Customers
Procurement
Investment
Stimulation
Employment
Recycling
Materials
Local Economic
Flexibility/
Non-
Investment
Community
Practices
used by
Benefit Cost
Impact
Optionality
Discrimination
and
Labor/
Support
Water
weight or
Ratio
in the
Procurement
Digital
Energy Used
Management
Quality
volume
Sustainable
project
Freedom of
Practices
Communicati
Relations
Job/
Association
Unemployment
End of life
disposal/
reusability
Direct Financial
Profitability
on
Clean Energy
/Indirect
Water
Recycled
Benefits
Increased
Bribery and
Return
Health and
Benefits
Consumption
input
Business
Child Labor
Corruption
Traveling
Safety
Public Policy/
Waste
Materials
Sustainable
Flexibility
Renewable
Compliance
Disposal
Water
Return on
Forced or
Anti-
Transport
Energy
Training and
Displacement
Sustainable
Investment
Compulsory
Competitive
Education
Customer Health
Co2
Procurement
Labor
Behavior
and Safety
emissions
Practices
Net Present
Organizational
Value
Learning
Market
Air Quality
Communications
The GPM® P5™ Standard
Diversity and
and Advertising
Noise
Equal
Pollution
Opportunity
Customer
Privacy
Good
Trained
For Sustainable Project Management
(With Portfolio inclusions)
Neighbor
Professional
Cultural Impact
Emigration

How to Perform the Analysis

How to Perform the Analysis Product Impacts & Process Impacts

Product Impacts & Process Impacts

What is a Project Process?

What is a Project Process? According to ISO 21500, A process is a set of interrelated

According to ISO 21500, A process is a set of interrelated activities. Processes

used in projects are generally categorized into three major types:

Project management processes, which are specific to project management and determine how the activities selected for the project are managed;

Delivery processes, which are not unique to project management, which result in the specification and provision of a particular product, service or result, and which vary depending on the particular project deliverable;

Support processes, which are not unique to project management and which provide relevant and valuable support to product and project management processes in such disciplines as logistics, finance, accounting and safety.

What is a Project Process? According to ISO 21500, A process is a set of interrelated

What is a product?

What is a product? A "product" defined to be any tangible or intangible service, good(s), change,

A "product" defined to be any tangible or intangible service, good(s), change, resource, business result or

outcome undertaken by an organization using the project

management processes as the method to create, update, expand, maintain and eventually dispose of the products, with the objective to use the "product" to provide future benefit to the organization. "

What is a product? A "product" defined to be any tangible or intangible service, good(s), change,

LEED Scorecard

LEED Scorecard

P5 and the Social Bottom Line

P5 and the Social Bottom Line Labor Practices and Decent Work • Employment • Labor Management

Labor Practices and Decent Work

Employment

Labor Management Relations

Health and Safety

Training and Education

Organizational Learning

Diversity and Equal Opportunity

Trained Professional Emigration

P5 and the Social Bottom Line Labor Practices and Decent Work • Employment • Labor Management

P5 and the Social Bottom Line

P5 and the Social Bottom Line Society and Customers • Community Support • Public Policy/ Compliance

Society and Customers

Community Support

Public Policy/ Compliance

Customer Health and Safety

Products Labeling and Services Labeling

Market Communications and Advertising

Customer Privacy

P5 and the Social Bottom Line Society and Customers • Community Support • Public Policy/ Compliance

P5 and the Social Bottom Line

P5 and the Social Bottom Line Human Rights • Non Discrimination • Freedom of Association •

Human Rights

Non Discrimination

Freedom of Association

Child Labor

Forced or Compulsory Behavior

P5 and the Social Bottom Line Human Rights • Non Discrimination • Freedom of Association •

P5 and the Social Bottom Line

P5 and the Social Bottom Line Ethical Behavior • Investment and Procurement Practices • Bribery and

Ethical Behavior

Investment and Procurement Practices

Bribery and Corruption

Anti-Competitive Behavior

P5 and the Social Bottom Line Ethical Behavior • Investment and Procurement Practices • Bribery and

P5 and the Environmental

Bottom Line

P5 and the Environmental Bottom Line Transport • Local Procurement • Digital Communication • Traveling

Transport

Local Procurement

Digital Communication

Traveling

P5 and the Environmental Bottom Line Transport • Local Procurement • Digital Communication • Traveling

P5 and the Environmental

Bottom Line

P5 and the Environmental Bottom Line Energy • Energy Used (Consumed) • Emission / Co2 •

Energy

Energy Used (Consumed)

Emission / Co2

Clean Energy Return

P5 and the Environmental Bottom Line Energy • Energy Used (Consumed) • Emission / Co2 •

P5 and the Environmental

Bottom Line

P5 and the Environmental Bottom Line Water • Water Quality • Water Quantity • Water Consumption

Water

Water Quality

Water Quantity

Water Consumption

Water Displacement

P5 and the Environmental Bottom Line Water • Water Quality • Water Quantity • Water Consumption

P5 and the Environmental

Bottom Line

P5 and the Environmental Bottom Line Waste • Recycling • Disposal • Reusability • Incorporated Energy

Waste

Recycling

Disposal

Reusability

Incorporated Energy

Waste

P5 and the Environmental Bottom Line Waste • Recycling • Disposal • Reusability • Incorporated Energy

P5 and the Financial Bottom

Line

P5 and the Financial Bottom Line Return on Investment • Direct Financial Benefits • Benefit Cost

Return on Investment

Direct Financial Benefits

Benefit Cost Ratio

External Rate of Return

Internal Rate of Return

Net Present Value

P5 and the Financial Bottom Line Return on Investment • Direct Financial Benefits • Benefit Cost

P5 and the Financial Bottom

Line

P5 and the Financial Bottom Line Business Agility • Flexibility / Optionality in the Project •

Business Agility

Flexibility / Optionality in the Project

Increased Business Flexibility

Economic Stimulation

Local Economic Impact

Indirect Benefits

P5 and the Financial Bottom Line Business Agility • Flexibility / Optionality in the Project •
The Strength of PRiSM The project methodology/approach that was designed to align with ISO 26000, 21500,

The Strength of PRiSM

The project methodology/approach that was designed to align with ISO 26000, 21500, 14001, 9000, 50001 the

UNGC Ten Principles, and The GRI G4 Framework for Sustainability Reporting.

Compared with the GRI and

UNGC

Categories, Sub Categories and Elements GRI G4 Element Alignment UN Global Compact Ten Principles Return on
Categories, Sub Categories and Elements
GRI G4 Element Alignment
UN Global Compact Ten Principles
Return on Invest ment
Direct financial Benef its
Economic Performance
Economic
Net Present Valu e
Sustainability
Business Agility
Flexibility/ Optionality in t he Project
Increased bu siness flexibility
Market Presence
Local Economic Im pact
Indirect Be nefits
Indirect Economic Impacts
Transport
Local Procurement
Procurement Practices
Businesses S hould E ncourage the dev elopment and
Digital Communication
diffusion of environmentally friendly t echnologies
Travelin g
Transport
Transport
Businesses should undert ake initiatives to promote
Environmental
Water Consumption
Water
Water
greater environment al res pons ibility
Sustainability
Water Table impact (Quality/Quantity)
Energy Used
Energy
Energy
Businesses should support a pr ecautionary app roach
Clean Energy R eturn
to environmental c halleng es
Emission / Co2 from Energy Used
Emissions
Waste
Recycling
Undertake in itiatives to promote greater
Disposal
environmental responsibility
Reusability
Incorporated e nergy
Waste
Businesses should upho ld the elimination of all forms of
Employment
Employment
Labor Practices
forced and
compul sory labour
Labor/
M anagement Relations
Labor / Management Relations
Health an d Safety
Occupational Heal th and Safety
Training and Education
Training and Education
Organizational L earning
Diversity and Equal Opportunity
Divers ity and Equal Opportunity
Businesses should u phold the freedom of association
and t he effective recognition of the right to
Non-Discrimination
collective bargaining. Bus inesses should u phold the
Equal Remuneration for M en and Women
elimination of di scrimination in respect of
Human Rights
employment and occupation
Social Sustainability
Freedom of Association an d Collective
Freedom of Association
Bargaining
Businesses should u phold the effective abolition of
Child Labor
Child Labor
child labour
Businesses should m ake sure they ar e not complicit
Forced and Compulsory L abor
Forced and Compulsory L abor
in hu man rights abu ses
Society and
Customers
Community Su pport
Local Communities
Public Policy/ Complianc e
Compliance
Customer Health an d Safety
Cus tomer He alth and Safety
Products and Services L abeling
Product s and Servi ces Labeling
Market Communications and Advertising
Market Communications
Customer Privac y
Cus tomer P rivacy
Ethical Be havior
Investment and Procurement Practices
Supplier Environmental Assessments
Businesses should support and respect the
Bribery and
Corruption
protection of internationally pr oclaimed hu man
Anti-Corruption
rights. Bus inesses should work ag ainst corruption in
all its forms, including extortion an d bribery.
Anti-Competition Behavio r
Anti-Competition Behavio r
Project Product and Process Impacts

Global Reporting Initiative (GRI)

Pioneering nonprofit propose a framework for sustainability reporting.

Companies use this report to inform its

shareholders and consumers through

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their performance of economic, social and environmental

The United Nations Global Compact

The Ten Principles

The UN Global Compact's ten principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption enjoy universal

consensus and are derived from:

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights The International Labor Organization's Declaration on Fundamental Principles and Rights at Work

The Rio Declaration on Environment and Development

The United Nations Global Compact The Ten Principles The UN Global Compact's ten principles in the

The United Nations Convention Against Corruption

PRiSM - The Methodology

Integration
Integration

Project Management

Sustainability

Project Lifecycle High Level

Initiate Implement identify Plan Handover and Closeout options and produce plans consider implement the plans handover
Initiate
Implement
identify
Plan
Handover and
Closeout
options and
produce plans
consider
implement the
plans
handover the
outputs
viability

PRiSM Flow

Perform Work Phase? Work Project and Score P5 Management Requirements Perform No Last Work No Direct
Perform Work
Phase?
Work
Project
and Score P5
Management
Requirements
Perform
No
Last Work
No
Direct Project
Package
Gain Work
Package Reports
Produce Work
Acceptance
Package Review
Establish Phase
Plan Milestones
Issue Work
Packages
No
Package of
Yes
Cost Management Plan
Go/No Go
Benefits Management Plan
Sustainability Management Plan
Risk Management Plan
Resource Allocation and Management Plan
Communications Plan
Mandate
Projects
Previous
Learned from
Review Lessons
Team
Project Planning
Select
Planning
Go/No Go
Opportunities
Risks and
Sustainability
Section off
Define and
Yes
Procurement Plan
Proceed to
No
Documented
Lessons Learned
Close Project
Go/No Go
Updated
Business Case
End Initative
Project Initiation
Pre-Project
Project Planning
Project Closure
Project Implementing
Work Breakdown
Register
Stakeholder
Create
Analysis
Stakeholder
Measurements
Team
Project
Formalize
Scope
Case and Define
Review Business
Yes
Sustainability
Structure
Setup Project
(PBS) Developed
Structure
Breakdown
Product
Plan Refined
Management
Validate
Components
Quality
Sustainable
Define
Plan
Management
Draft Benefits
Developed
Quality Plan
Review Plan and
Plan Documents
Management
Compile Project
Assessment
Perform Risk
Work Activities
Sequence
Define/
Yes
Review/
Duration of
Estimators and
Calibrate
Reconcile With
Structure (OBS)
Breakdown
Organizational
(WBS) Developed
No
Documented
Lessons Learned
Obtain Sign Off
Close Project
Strategy
Go Forward
Perform
And
Controls
Distribute to
Assignment
Responsibility
Requirements
Resource
Management
Adoption/
Updated
Scoring
Perform P5
Control
Perform Change
Plan
Plan)
Communications
Stakeholders (per
Matrix
Plans
Management
Updated
Management
Proceed to
Yes
Closure
Proceed to
Sign Off
Report and Gain
Submit Phase
Plan
Implementing
Sustainability
Draft
Sustainability
Registers
Issue and Risk
Update
Plan Documents
Management
Updated Project
Registers
and End of Life
Change/Update
Review Asset
Adoption
Acceptance and
Facilitate
Out Activities
Perform Closing
Case
Issue and Risk
Review and Close
Closure
Plan Project
Milestones
Review Final
Phase?
Management
Manage Risks
Plan
and Issues
Sustainability
Updated
Established
Integration and
Integration
Activities
Acceptance/
Post Project Review
Procurement Management System
Occupational Health and Safety (OHSMS)
Risk Management System (RMS)
Asset Management System (AMS)
Energy Management System (EnMS)
Environmental Management System (EMS)
Sustainability Management System (SMS)
Quality Management System (QMS)
Plans
Servicing
Product Lifespan and
Produce End of
Review Asset/Change
Benefits Realized
End
Project Closed
Organizational
Business Case
Finalized
Analysis
Level Costing
Perform High
Impact Analysis
Perform P5
Systems
Phase Review
Legend
Draft Business
Project Manager
Sponsor&
Project
Select
Obtain Sign Off
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Sustainability Integrated PM Function
Project Management Function
Business Function
Last Work
Lessons
Release Project
Closure
Request Formal
Stakeholders
Report to
Submit
PMO
Learned to
Team
Distribute
Materiality Report
and GRI
Project Report

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Workflow

  • Step/Process

  • Document

  • Decision

  • Phase Connector

PRiSM Flow Perform Work Phase? Work Project and Score P5 Management Requirements Perform No Last Work

Begin / End

  • Sub Process

PRiSM Flow Perform Work Phase? Work Project and Score P5 Management Requirements Perform No Last Work

The PRiSM Pre-Project Phase

The PRiSM Pre-Project Phase The project mandate is provided by the commissioning organization (corporate or program

The project mandate is provided by the commissioning organization (corporate or program management) and can vary in form from a verbal instruction to a well-defined and justified project definition.

Nothing should be done until foundational

information needed to make decisions about

the commissioning of the project is defined.

During the Pre-Project Phase, if the Business

Case for the project should be in (at least) draft

form.

Determination to proceed with or abandon a plan or project. In quality control, 'go' denotes that a product conforms to the specifications;

when it does not, it is 'no go.’

PRiSM Project Initiation

PRiSM Project Initiation

P5 Impact Analysis Using P5

Impact Matrix

P5 Impact Worksheet

Project Name

Project Manager

P5 Impact Analysis Using P5 Impact Matrix P5 Impact Worksheet Project Name Project Manager Product ™
Product ™
Product

Society & Customers

Ethical behaviour

 

Planet

 

Profit

Materials and Procurement

Energy

Transport

Waste

ROI

Future Options

Business Agility

People
People
Labour practices & decent work
Labour practices & decent work
 

Human Rights

 

Labour practices & decent work

Process

1 2 3 4
1
2
3
4
Labour practices & decent work Process 1 2 3 4 Human Rights Society & Customers Ethical
Human Rights Society & Customers Ethical behaviour Future Options Business Agility ROI Materials and Procurement Energy
Human Rights
Society & Customers
Ethical behaviour
Future Options
Business Agility
ROI
Materials and Procurement
Energy
Transport
Waste
Labour practices & decent work Process 1 2 3 4 Human Rights Society & Customers Ethical
Project Process
Project Process
4 3 2 1
4 3 2 1
4
3
2
1

3

2

1

 
 

Project Resources

Goals and Effects

 

4

3

2

1

 
 
 

Deliverables

What is included in an SMP

  • Table of Contents

  • Document Control

    • Version History and recipients list

  • Purpose

    • A brief on what the document is

  • Executive Summary or Brief

What is included in an SMP  Table of Contents  Document Control  Version History
  • An outline of the sustainability factors in the project

  • List Project Sustainability Objectives

    • Derived from the P5 Impact Analysis

  • Outline Key Measures and Performance Indicators (Qualitative and Quantitative)

  • The P5 Impact Assessment Score (and updates)

  • Scope Exclusions

  • Sustainability Reviews and Reporting

  • Checklist

Project Sustainability Objectives

Project Sustainability Objectives Sustainability objectives are taken from the P5 analysis. Anything that needs to be
Project Sustainability Objectives Sustainability objectives are taken from the P5 analysis. Anything that needs to be

Sustainability objectives are taken from the P5 analysis. Anything that needs to be improved upon is included.

P5 Impact Assessment

A summary of the planned environmental impact and steps that will be taken

to decrease the effects or increase the opportunities identified

P5 Impact Assessment A summary of the planned environmental impact and steps that will be taken

PRiSM Project Planning

PRiSM Project Implementing

Perform P5 Scoring

Perform P5 Scoring
   
Perform P5 Scoring
   
Perform P5 Scoring

PRiSM Project Closure

Post Project Phase

Post Project Phase IMPORTANT!!!!!!! Work with the organization to ensure that the end resulting product/asset/change is

IMPORTANT!!!!!!!

Work with the organization to ensure that the end resulting product/asset/change is able to be adopted, integrated and produce benefits.

What We Have Covered

1.The Sample Project 2.The Evolution of Sustainable Project Delivery

3.The GPM P5 Standard for Sustainability in Project Management

4.The Strength of PRiSM

5.PRiSM the Methodology

6.Where does the SMP Impact the project?

Q&A