Lisboa, Portugal March 28-29th

The sustainable project management course
that cultivates true change agents.

IPMA Registration Number SP.13.RTC.001
Registered against the AEIPRO Competence

Standard Price : 750€
Early Bird un6l 28FEV : 600€
About this Course
Corporate sustainability is imperative for
business today and essential to long-term
corporate success. Embedding
sustainable practices into the way that A Few of our Affiliations
strategic objectives are managed, is to
commit to benefits realization and long-
term success.

The gap between the financial bottom line and a
company’s environmental, social and governance
practices is nonexistent. The well-being of workers,
communities and the planet is inextricably tied to the
health of the business.

The smart choice is to sustainably manage projects in
order to move up the value chain – looking at risks and
opportunities through a wider lens. This training
program provides your greatest assets, your staff with
the ability and confidence to achieve greater results.

PRISM Foundations provides a 2-day course that
teaches project management best practices,
sustainability principles and governance in order to
maximize value.

The course
introduces the
need to align
benefits with
objectives to ensure that each project positions the
organization for long-term growth and success through
positive impacts to the economic, environmental, and
social bottom lines and is perfect for individuals who
have experience in project management, governance,
or organizational management.

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Meet the Instructors
Dr. Joel Carboni
A leading figure on sustainable project management. Dr. Carboni is a
graduate of Ball State University and holds a Ph.D. in Sustainable
Development and Environment. He is the founder of Green Project
Management (GPM Global) and is the President of IPMA-USA. He has over
20 years’ experience in portfolio, program and program management
working in Municipal Government, Big Five Consulting, Banking, Legal, and
Higher Education.
As an author and an actor on the international sustainable development
movement he is the GPM Global representative to the United Nations
Global Compact, a founding signatory of the UN’s Business for Peace
Initiative, signatory to the call to action on Anti-Corruption, Caring for
Climate, and one of only fourteen listed supporting organizations of the UN
Principles for Responsible Management Education Initiative (PRME). He is a
frequent speaker at project management and sustainability symposiums,
congresses, and conferences all over the world.

He is the architect of the GPM PRiSM Methodology, The GPM P5™ Standard
for Sustainability in Project Management, Co-Architect of the Portfolio,
Program and Project Materiality Assessment Model (PSM3), and Advisor to the IPMA Individual
Competence Baseline 4th Version (ICB4).

He has authored training programs on Green and Sustainable Project Management that are
currently offered in over 150 countries and six languages through professional training providers,
business associations, and universities.


• Recipient of the Global CSR Congress Sustainability Leadership Award, February of 2015
• Recipient of the Global Training and Development Leadership Award from the World Human Resources
and Development Congress in February of 2014
• Recipient of the International Project Management Association’s Achievement Award for “Applying
sustainable principles to project delivery.” October of 2013
• He has been recognized for his work with to promote peace, culture and education globally and is the
recipient of the Humanitarian and Liberty Awards from the SGI-USA and the BSGI award from Soka Brasil.
• A life member of the National Eagle Scout Association, and an Eagle Scout, class of 1991
• Member of Forbes Non-Profit Council - 2016
Professor Michael Young
Adjunct Associate Professor Michael Young is a leading figure in
project, program and portfolio management. He is a graduate of
the University of New South Wales (Bachelor of Science), Australia
and the Australian Defense Force Academy, holds a Master of
Business Administration and is currently completing a PhD. He
also holds qualifications in training and assessment, training
design and development, quality auditing, project management,
management and leadership, strategic procurement and has
completed the Company Directors course. He is a Fellow of the
Australian Institute of Project Management, the Australian Institute
of Management and the Association for Project Management (UK).

Michael has over 20 years’ experience in managing high risk and international projects in
government, IT, logistics, transport, engineering and facilities. He is a regular speaker at project
management symposiums, congresses and conferences all over the globe. He is a Director (and
Board member) of the Australian Institute of Project Management, a member of the International
Project Management Association Research Management Board and Vice President – Research for
GPM Global (Green Project Management).

Michael has been instrumental in the development and implementation of project management
standards both in Australia and internationally. He has led the development of competency-
based professional standards for senior project managers and portfolio managers in Australia,
has contributed to the development of various ISO standards as a member of ISO Technical
Committee 258 and was one of twelve leading experts that authored the IPMA Individual
Competence Baseline. He has also contributed to standards developed by PMI and Axelos and
has published over 50 books, book chapters, academic research and conference papers as well
as many articles in professional and industry magazines and journals.

• Australian Defense Medal, 1996
• Australia Day Awards 2004, 2005 for delivery of mission critical projects for Government
• National Award winner (IT Category) Project Management Excellence Awards, 2006
• Training Excellence Awards for Industry Collaboration in 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015
• Australian Business Awards (Project Management: 2011, 2012, 2013; Sustainability: 2012 &
Innovation: 2012)
• Telstra Business Awards – ACT Winner and National Finalist - 2012
• Innovation Awards – ACT Winner and National Finalist - 2012
• Finalist – World Unity 3D Awards, 2012
Course Details
• Sustainability Drivers, SDGs, and the Paris Agreement
• Systems Thinking
• Ethics Principles and Values
• Governance, Portfolio, and Program Management
• Organizational Capacity for Change and PSM3
• Business Case, Benefits, and Value Management
• Requirements Management
• Project Management
• Lifecycle's and the PRiSM Method
• The P5 Standard for Sustainability in Project Management
“The course exceeded my expectations
• Sponsorship of a one-direction style classroom-
• Stakeholder Engagement teaching as it is highly engaging with
lots of handouts to guide students
Intended Learning Outcomes and Skills through the course. In addition, the use
As a result of this module, you will be able to: of EnVex allows active usage of newly
• Understand what is driving sustainability in business learnt knowledge and putting theem
• Understand why sustainability is material to projects and project into practical use
management - SSI Schaefer
• Understand what the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are
and how projects contribute and impact them
• Understand how Sustainability integrates with the Project Lifecycle
• How the and UN Global Compact and GRI are impacting Projects

Cognitive skills
• Be able to integrate sustainability into the business case
• Be able to develop and use a sustainability management plan
• Be able to perform a P5 Impact Analysis to assess project risk and
• Be able to apply systems thinking and a total asset lifecycle
approach to project management
“ PRiSM was an eye opener in terms of
how to effectively integrate sustainable
practices into my projects. Their tools
Attitudes / Key transferable skills are easy to use and bridge the gap
• To recognize potential ethical dilemmas, social and environmental between our green initiatives and our
risks and opportunities project delivery.”
• To select the best course of action to follow in order to behave as
sustainable managers Lincoln Kirsten, Director of SAP
• To contribute substantively to the product of a group and Consulting Services at Hitachi
demonstrate leadership skills
• To recognize and use positively the various dimensions of
• To produce clear, well organized verbal presentations
• To produce clear, well organized written communication
• To analyze globalization and evaluate its effects on business
• To apply theories and key concepts in the field of the management of knowledge assets,
technological progress and innovation
• To analyze and apply advanced concepts in a specialized discipline
• To assess a business issue and formulate solutions in a specialized discipline
• The ability to contextualize CSR, Sustainability and Sustainable Development with projects
• Apply the Principles for Sustainable Project Management

Registration Contact:

Miguel Carvalho e Melo
Phone : (+351) 213 712 660

Address :
Av. Defensores de Chaves, 15 – 4 C
1000-109 Lisboa

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