Responsible Project Management (RPM) is delighted to continue their alliance with ASP, with the aim of accelerating progress towards a more sustainable future for people, planet, and prosperity.
Projects create the future. Project management delivers interventions with the potential to transform lives and ecosystems. RPM is an international movement of project professionals who are committed to seeking out and exploiting the opportunities for more sustainable futures using systems thinking, regenerative approaches, and engagement strategies to enhance human interventions.
RPM partners with the Schumacher Institute, the UK Systems Society, and ASP to introduce the principles of RPM and techniques from project management to those working in sustainability through workshops, short courses, and providing open access resources to encourage interventions supporting adaptations that balance interests over the short, medium, and long term.
The RPM Studio is a new learning space where we use a holistic approach to connect beliefs, values, and knowledge with action. Learning activities are interactive, integrative, and interconnected. We encourage participants to explore their own practices and experiences, uncovering complexity, context, and diverse interests that can be harnessed to increase the likelihood of success.
The Responsible Project Management Manifesto
This is the English language version. It has been translated into many other languages. Check the website for these other versions.
To find out more, please visit: RPM (responsiblepm.com)
August 2023. Dr Nigel Williams, co-founder of ASP alliance partner Responsible Project Management, has recently been appointed as Professor of Responsible Project and Systems Management
Systems: transition to a sustainable world, event at the University of Portsmouth The need for a transition to a more sustainable world is widely accepted
New online course Wednesdays, 13, 20, 27 September and 4 October 2023. Responsible Project Management, an alliance partner of ASP, have recently formed a project
The School of Organizations, Systems and People, Responsible Project Management and UKSS invite contributions for a Symposium at the University of Portsmouth (UK) and online,
Project Controls 2-day conference in-person with dinner at the Armourers Hall, London: How we address major project delivery when the stability we have enjoyed for