Bullying can be as harmful to business profits, productivity, and workplace harmony as it is in other areas of society. Despite this, the majority of organizations throughout the world remain ineffective or unmotivated to prevent or confront workplace bullying. Perhaps the answer is to focus on profits, financial incentives, and ROI. Ending bullying is just plain good for business.
Bullying can be as harmful to projects as it is in schools and other areas of society, causing well-understood health impacts for the victims, plus a long list of challenges for project managers and the organizations where it is taking place. Learn how to implement concrete anti-bullying action plans to ensure a zero tolerance policy for bullying individually and across projects.
Do ethics still play an important role in the project world these days? You bet! So much so that several incidents have occurred that have urged this writer to write about his trials and tribulations with the goal of sharing lessons learned.
In international logistics-related project management, we deal with applied ethics or professional ethics that examine ethical principles and morals, or ethical problems that arise in a business environment. There are three domains that need to be considered...
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.