About the Author
Gilbert Silvius is professor at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht in the Netherlands and principal consultant at Van Aetsveld, project and change management. He is founder and program director of the Master of Project Management program at HU and an active member of IPMA, PMI and the ISO TC258. Ron Schipperr is project manager and consultant at Van Aetsveld, project and change management. He has over 15 years of experience as a project manager in realizing change in various organizations. Next to executing projects, he is interested in developing the profession of project managers and transferring this knowledge to others. Julia Planko works as researcher and lecturer at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht since 2008. She lectures in Economics and Marketing and supervises students with sustainability related research projects. Julia studied International Business Management and International Economics and worked as associate lecturer at the Berlin School of Economics. . Jasper van den Brink is an experienced project and program manager. He joined HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht in 2008. Jasper specializes in training project management skills and the behavioral competences of (project) management. His research includes the application of modern psychological insights in project management. Adri Köhler is a senior consultant and project leader in the field of ICT and business operations. He was the project leader of the development of the Master of Project Management at HU and was course director of this program.
Table of Contents
Contents: Foreword, Nelmara Arbex; Foreword, Miles Shepherd; Preface; Introduction, Gilbert Silvius, Ron Schipper and Adri Köhler; Sustainability in business, Julia Planko and Gilbert Silvius; Sustainability and projects, Gilbert Silvius and Ron Schipper; Incorporating sustainability in project management, Gilbert Silvius, Ron Schipper and Jasper van den Brink; Reflection and conclusion, Gilbert Silvius, Ron Schipper and Jasper van den Brink; Getting started, Ron Schipper and Gilbert Silvius; Appendices; Further reading; Index.