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Rules of Considerate Conduct and the Aspirational Standards of the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

by Katherine Holderbaum

The aspirational standards of the “PMI Code of Ethics” provide practitioners with the “what” of professional and socially responsible conduct. Applying Forni’s Choosing Civility: The Twenty-Five Rules of Considerate Conduct can enhance the “PMI Code of Ethics” with specific actions and behavior and support more effective management of project management processes, especially communications. The discussions that may result can further benefit project managers and their teams.

Fostering Ethics in Organizational Culture

by Alankar Karpe

Organizations rarely address how their employees should assess the ethics of their actions and incorporate ethical choices into their decisions. This can only be resolved by creating and maintaining a corporate culture with a focus on ethics...and there are many ways that organizations can do this.

Why Bad Projects Are So Hard to Kill

by Michael O'Brochta, PMI-ACP, PMP

Bad projects waste money and resources, divert attention from good projects, and sow doubt about organizational competence. Using project stories, this paper takes a look beyond why projects go bad to explore behaviors that contribute to keeping bad projects alive. Actions are provided that project managers can take to avoid being victimized by bad projects.

I'm a PMP®…Now What?

by Stacy King

You've passed the exam and become a Project Management Professional. Now what? What are the expectations of you from your co-workers? And what are the expectations you have of yourself?

Ethics, Culture and Project Management in 21st-Century Organizations

by Jose A. LugoSantiago, ASQ CMQ/OE, LSSMBB, PMP

A common, shared ethic can close the generational gap and aid in team integration, but the complex business environment necessitates an approach to ethics founded on culture. The catalyst for that culture must be embedded in leadership’s participation in behavior that reflects the shared values of the project management profession.

Honesty as the Basis of Ethics in an Organization: Why Ethics Are That Important

by Angelica Larios, PMP

At the bottom line of ethics, there is honesty, which should be part of every transaction, interaction, decision or action that an organization and its employees take. Six steps are proposed to help improve relationships between organizations and their employees, orienting the application of ethics through steps of honesty.

Leaning the Project Lifecycle (Korean Translation)

by Karen Chovan

증거는 이해 당사자 갈등, 규제 및 정책 관련 문제, 부적절한 외부 환경이 주요 원인으로 언급되는 높은 수준의 천연 자원 프로젝트 실패를 보여줍니다. 이는 종종 환경 성과 문제 및 과거 관행의 유산 문제로 인해 발생합니다. 그 외에도 의사 소통의 붕괴와 관련 위험 및 요구 사항의 불완전한 식별이 근본 원인으로 인식되었습니다.

Agilidad cultural: ¿Necesita desarrollar habilidades transculturales para sus ejecutivos?

by Angelica Larios, PMP

La agilidad se refiere a la capacidad de cambiar la posición del cuerpo sin perder el equilibrio. La agilidad cultural se convierte en una competencia que permite a los profesionales cambiar su estado de ánimo para desempeñarse con éxito en situaciones transculturales. Los profesionales globales que desarrollan conciencia cultural y agilidad serán los que ganen una ventaja competitiva en una economía global.

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