The GPM® Organizational Model for Sustainable Organizations, Portfolios, Programs, and Projects
Understand where you are as an organization, determine where you want to go, and make
a plan to get there!
What are the benefits of PSM3™ to an organization?
Undertaking an independant assessment to determine what environmental, social and economic sustainability risks and opportunities are most critical to a business’s capacity to create value has never been more important as investors expect a company to not only disclose these risks, but also be able to explain how they will manage them.
Management models have escalated in importance to become the foundation for assessing organizational capability, capacity, and competency as well as for identifying opportunities for improvement.
Despite the search for new conceptions of value—“shared value” for example—executives are clear that action must be justified against the traditional measures of success. The more adept companies become at measuring and tracking their own sustainability performance, the more their frustration grows at an apparent inability to tie performance improvements and industry leadership to the fundamentals of business value beyond incremental gains. Enter PSM3™...
If you answer "I don't know" or "No" to any of the following questions, then yes.
- Are impacts from your change initiatives to the environment and society on your radar?
- Does sustainability extend beyond your supply chains?
- In your organization, can change and success be used in the same sentence?
- Can your organization turn on a dime?
- Is “That’s how we have always done it” banned in the boardroom?
- Can you quantify the value of your sustainability initiatives?
- Would you bet your retirement against your organization's ability to deliver successful change?
- Is your executive foresight 20/20?
- Is your organizational structure an integrated model not siloed (tribal)?
How does a PSM3™ assessment work?
A PSM3™ assessment provides a clear and concise outcome to support the organization's goals for advancement from a sustainable perspective against twenty-one performance areas that coincide with the GRI G4 Framework.
Combining the best practices of portfolio, program and project management as well as the GPM® P5™ Standard for Sustainability in Project Management, GPM’s Portfolio, Program, & Project Sustainability Model (PSM3™) is the key to clear and achievable maturity goals for organizations that demand the greatest return on investments from their projects by infusing sustainable methods to reduce risks and increase benefits.
What are the GPM® Organizational Sustainability Levels?
Organizations are rated at levels 0-5 in based on 24 areas of sustainability as listed below.
Interested in PSM3™ for your organization?
This PSM3 Request for Assessment Form
Fill out as much as you are able to and someone from the GPM Sustainabilty Centre of Excellence will contact you to discuss further. All information is confidential and is not transferred to any third party.