Ethical behavior is just as crucial as effective leadership in persuading stakeholders to cooperate and support the work of the project manager — and therefore contributes to successful project ...
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Economic and social conditions have led us into an age where workers are extending the length of their careers. For the first time in history, three generations —Baby Boomers, Generation X and G ...
Being ethical is challenging at times. This article features five project management professionals discussing ethics in project management. Each person describes ethics as it relates to his or her organization and project management. Then ethics are applied to situations that occurred at each organization.
Does the "doctor-patient" privilege apply in the world of the Program Management Office? To which of your customers do you owe the greatest loyalty?
In this series, I’ve been discussing the use of ethical ploys by practitioners to add value where it is needed, but not solicited. I define an ethical ploy as a “noble ruse” that gui ...
Financial crises. Ponzi schemes. Production of toxic toys. Are these the results of failure in corporate and professional ethics? Each PMI member and anyone holding a PMI certification must agree to abide by the PMI Code of Ethics. But what does this mean for the individual Project Manager? This webinar will explore the new PMI Code of Ethics and how it applies to each of us.
PMI has been successful in raising the awareness of the Code of Ethics & Professional Conduct within its members. The Ethics Member Advisory Group, has developed an Ethical Decision-Making Framework (PMI EDMF) to guide the project management professionals through a process to make a decision when confronted with an ethical dilemma.
This webinar introduces requirements management processes and an approach to implement them effectively throughout the project life cycle to help improve project success rates. It then covers ethical considerations in implementing requirements management processes, including a brief discussion of the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct; the values that are the foundations of the Code: responsibility, respect, fairness and honesty; and how project management practitioners can ensure compliance with the Code in implementing requirements management processes. Upon completion of the webinar, participants will gain a better understanding of expected (appropriate and ideal) behavior of project management practitioners in implementing requirement management processes and in full compliance with our Code of Ethics.