• Svetlana Apenko Dostoevsky Omsk State University, Omsk
Keywords: stability, the sustainable development concept,


Project management as the theory, methodology and set of practical technologies has significantly strengthened its position in the modern management of economic entities. Project management proves own efficiency, also in the development and implementation of economic reforms. This raises the urgent issue of integration and integrated use of project management and sustainable development concept. Today, scholars and practitioners declare an importance of sustainability criteria implementation at the project level. Therefore, the aim of the study was to develop provisions for sustainable project management. Consequently, results of the study proposed: clarification of sustainable project management essence, interrelation of directions of sustainable development and functional areas of project management, conditions and prerequisites for the transition to sustainable project management, rationale for the transition to sustainable project management towards so-called "weak" sustainability.


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Author Biography

Svetlana Apenko, Dostoevsky Omsk State University, Omsk

Doctor of Economic Sciences, Full Professor ( 2006); position - head of the Department in Dostoevsky Omsk state University, Omsk, Russia (since 2011). Since 2010 elected member of the European Academy of Natural Sciences, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. Beginning from 2016, become the expert of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Her research interests are related to project management, organizational development and consulting, human resource management of organization. She has published about 250 papers, including 10 monographs. She is a head of research grants of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research; certified professional in project management (has certificate of the International Association of Project Management (IPMA)).


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Apenko, S. (2017). INDUSTRIES SUSTAINABILITY: RUSSIA GUIDELINES OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT. The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (6(7), 69-78.