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Sustainable development is gaining more and more focus in projects and project management. It´s what customers want and corporations are increasingly sharpening their strategic focus to work in a sustainable way, to deliver sustainable products, to support society and to make a useful contribution. All this means changes and the very nature of projects is to realise changes. Therefore, the role of the project manager is very important, as is his profession. Codes of ethics and codes of conduct are important, especially when critical decisions must be taken. To help a project manager in his/her practices, up to date standards are vital. Based upon a literature review, in this thesis new ideas were collected to aid project managers in achieving sustainable development. These new ideas were mapped to the IPMA’s newest Individual Competence Baseline, ICB 4.0 from 2015 (IPMA, 2015). The mapping showed that in some areas of sustainable development, ICB 4.0 is successful with guidelines, but that in others improvements are needed.
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