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.
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Unlike many books on the subject, written in the style of a college credit course, the PMMJ is a concise, no nonsense description of HOW project managers and teams can quickly and effectively plan and execute their projects. This webinar will outline the unique approach to operationalizing the PMBOK Guide in a fun and scalable way.
In this short presentation, we will address the different elements of the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct (CoEPC), see how they concretely can be applied in real situations and generate a discussion based on a real (anonymized) case study.
The Silver Lining of Project Uncertainties
What the State of Project Management Today Means for You The Results of the 2014 State of Project Management Survey
Find out when GigaOM and AtTask reveal the results of the 2014 State of Project Management Survey—a comprehensive look at the biggest pains for project leaders, the mix of Agile and Waterfall in today’s projects, and the types of work both certified and accidental project managers are asked to manage.
Project Management Implementation as Management Innovation: A Closer Look begins by exploring the book's key concepts, including “innovation events,” “intervention,” and “simple” and “complex” innovation journeys.
Inspirational and entertaining, Rosemann gives audiences a rare look inside the world of an iconic brand while dispensing insights into what we can learn from these larger-than-life characters to tap into our own super-human potential in career and life.
Come join this year’s presentation team for the Redefining the PMO workshop series for a presentation that will highlight the top 10 tips for building a PMO that matters.
In this presentation, you will learn how agile structurally differs from three other delivery strategies; the benefits of each approach; and how to choose when agile may be the right approach for a specific project.
In this case study, Michelle shares how the police department of a major metropolitan city used PPM to focus scarce resources on the right projects at the right time.