With social media becoming an increasingly important part of a project manager’s world, what are the ethical considerations they must bear in mind?
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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?
Ethics violations and dishonesty have led to the downfall of a number of mighty companies and their high-profile leaders. What are the nuances of the highest ethical standards?
The Logical Framework (LF), also known as the Logframe, is generally referred to as a planning tool. The author demonstrates how a new tool, called the New Logframe (NLF), goes a step further in order to increase the effectiveness of project design. The result is a tool that is more practical, summarizes critical project information and is fundamental for strategic planning projects.
RFPs are a double-edged sword for many vendors. In the first article, we looked at the challenges with layout and content. In this second installment, we look at the challenges vendors experience in the process from the point they are made aware of the RFP to the submission of the bid.
This entry in the series on why projects fail discusses reason No. 7: cultural and ethical misalignment. Is the culture of the organization defined by what it contributes to society or by greed? Does your organization support project work? Do you understand the ethics of your organization and do you agree? Are you following leaders blindly?
What does it mean to be an ethical person? The English language has an unambiguously simple answer. It means: Do the right thing. We might then ask, what does "doing the right thing" mean for a project manager?
Three Testing Factors of Integrity in Project Management and Possible Ways to Manage Them for Successby
A major challenge in project management is to become truly successful by practicing integrity. This article focuses on three key factors that test the integrity of organizations and practitioners—business case for the projects, organization structure and culture, and implications of laws and regulations—to highlight the importance of the roles of people and the system for practicing integrity. The author concludes by proposing useful ways to strengthen project management practices and comply with integrity.
Bullying is an epidemic in the workplace. This article supports project managers, PMO leaders and teams in learning more about workplace bullying—and shares tips for standing up against workplace disrespect.