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Have you taken the survey on Ethics?
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Interesting survey
https://www.projectmanagement.com/offsite....lethicsresearch

Looking forward the result.

Hope there a large number of people that participated
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Yeah! I did about a month ago.

Thank you for sharing, like this maybe will increase the participation.
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I just heard of it Vincent - Thanks a lot for sharing. I completed the survey and it will definitely be interesting to see the end results.
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Nothing is more useless than a survey about ethic. Think about the defintion of ethic. This type of things is a way to justify a lack of something (ethic this time) inside the proper organization.
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2 replies by Anupam Ganguly and Vincent Guerard
Mar 27, 2017 8:49 PM
Vincent Guerard
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Thanks for your point of view.
Ethic is variable for each culture. The country, the organisation and religion culture and values, all have different impact on ethic.
Mar 28, 2017 2:22 AM
Anupam Ganguly
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True, it has no meaning unless practically implemented.
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Thank you for sharing... I have completed it, too.
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Mar 27, 2017 6:38 PM
Replying to Sergio Luis Conte
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Nothing is more useless than a survey about ethic. Think about the defintion of ethic. This type of things is a way to justify a lack of something (ethic this time) inside the proper organization.
Thanks for your point of view.
Ethic is variable for each culture. The country, the organisation and religion culture and values, all have different impact on ethic.
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Yes, sometime back.
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Mar 27, 2017 6:38 PM
Replying to Sergio Luis Conte
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Nothing is more useless than a survey about ethic. Think about the defintion of ethic. This type of things is a way to justify a lack of something (ethic this time) inside the proper organization.
True, it has no meaning unless practically implemented.
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I did not participate due to the fact that I belief the answer format should be more of a "true or false", "yes or no", "agree to strongly agree", or "disagree to strongly disagree" responses rather than attempt to almost trick the participant. We do not need to choose "most correct" answers in a survey, this is more in line with the PMP exam format.

This is not a "true" survey but rather more of a "test" response format. Participants should not be concerned if they answered correctly for a survey.

I can go on but some really good information regarding surveys and various types are in the 6 Sigma protocols. I know a bit about this as I manage a specialized group of 6 sigma Champions for projects that meet those requirements outside or standard engineering projects at my organization.
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Apr 09, 2017 8:30 PM
Vincent Guerard
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I somewhat agree
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Completed the survey Vincent. Appreciate if you share the results.

Leaders and employees adhering to a code of ethics create an ethical organizational culture.The leaders of a business may create an ethical culture by exhibiting the type of behavior they'd like to see in employees. The organization can reinforce ethical behavior by rewarding employees who exhibit the values and integrity that coincides with the company code of ethics and disciplining those who make the wrong choices.
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Apr 09, 2017 8:30 PM
Vincent Guerard
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I am not the organiser of the survey, like I hope the result will be share.
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Yes, I did and I heavily promoted it on my social network.

The more the results will be global, the better will be the survey's results.

I see Marcus' point, but I liked we were forced to chose among few scenarios, as we had to pick the one more suitable for our business life, even if we had a fifth option in our mind.
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Apr 09, 2017 8:32 PM
Vincent Guerard
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Thanks for promoting.
Agree that a fifth answer was often in my mind.
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