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A Question of Credibility

by Steven Starke

Why are project managers afraid to stop projects? So often after being assigned to a project, project managers try to run before they walk. This is especially common when the project is already in progress. You can quickly get caught up in the momentum of work and forget to question whether the work is justified. If this is truly the case, shouldn’t more projects be stopped? What if it means losing your job?

After-Hours Ethics

by Bruce Garrod

PMI's Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct states: “We set high standards for ourselves and we aspire to meet these standards in all aspects of our lives--at work, at home, and in service to our profession.” But what exactly does “at home and in service to our profession” mean?

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.

An Introduction to Ethics and Project Management

by Michael Wood

Compliance to a code of conduct is critical to maintaining your professional standing in that space. This applies to those credentialed in project management, and there is much grey area that needs to be explored as to what constitutes ethical behavior within the day-to-day oversight and management of a project.

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