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Ethics and Governance in Project Management: Small Sins Allowed and the Line of Impunity

Aug 30, 2016 2:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
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This webinar presents the most advanced views in ethics and governance. It emphasizes the existence of separated sets of ethical values adjusted to different circumstances, which along with personal interests, allegiances, and opportunity, comprise the ethical cube. Then, the ethical and governance mechanisms are explained by the introduction of two novel concepts, the “Small Sins Allowed” and the “Line of Impunity”.

Ethics and Governance in Project Management: Small Sins Allowed and the Line of Impunity

by Eduardo Lopez
August 30, 2016 | 52:13 | Views: 5,861 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 3.91 / 5

This webinar presents the most advanced views in ethics and governance. It emphasizes the existence of separated sets of ethical values adjusted to different circumstances, which along with personal interests, allegiances, and opportunity, comprise the ethical cube. Then, the ethical and governance mechanisms are explained by the introduction of two novel concepts, the “Small Sins Allowed” and the “Line of Impunity”.

Questioning the "Cost of Sound"

from Drunken PM posted by Dave Prior on

I was listening to an interview on the radio today with one of the authors of a book called Healing at the Speed of Sound. The interview was intriguing enough that I’ve already started reading i ...

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