5.18 Share Decision-Making Power With Appropriate Stakeholders
Ensuring that everyone has a seat at the table is important to promoting voices who may not otherwise have their voices heard, and potentially getting useful ideas from fresh sources.
- Decision-Making: Ensure that the project team’s goals are aligned with key business objectives, and project stakeholders (for example, project managers) have the power and autonomy to make key decisions on the organization’s behalf.
If project teams are incentivized with key sustainability goals and have the authority to make decisions based on such criteria, they can measurably improve a range of metrics within the business, design, development, and infrastructure categories. In doing so, emissions can be reduced through group action and commitment changes at an organizational level.
- materials: Low
- energy: Low
- water: Low
- emissions: Low
- Proposal software can help authors, clients and co-workers validate “baked-in” components.
- Give the planet a seat at the table
- Giving nature a seat on the board is a powerful way to make sure businesses protect our environment
- [GR491] 1-3007 – Management Alignment