This course refers to the Project Management Institute (PMI)®. PMI is a registered mark of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
- The benefits of successfully managing ethics…on your project are substantial.…As you manage larger and more ambitious projects,…your chances of running into ethical…sticking points increases.…Your overall success can depend upon…your ability to identify and manage ethical issues.…I highly suggest you review the full…PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.…If you want to get a more in-depth view…of ethics in the business context,…I have recorded a course on business ethics…that will be published right here…in the Lynda.com online library.…
In that course I discuss processes and approaches…to build an ethical framework for your business,…but the topics I address can be applied…to project teams as well.…I can also recommend a book by Ralph Kliem,…entitled "Ethics and Project Management,"…where he expands on some of the concepts…I have presented in this course.…I hope you've found this course helpful as a guide…to manage project ethics more readily.…I wish you all the best, and leave you with a reminder.…The best judge if you're doing the right thing,…
BONUS: In the bonus chapter, Bob answers seven questions about specific ethical dilemmas: sharing information, resolving conflicts over standards, communicating with stakeholders, reporting project status honestly, and more.
- Describe three ethical values used in project management.
- Identify three strategies for showing regard for time and brainpower when communicating.
- Explain the consequences of violating a mandatory ethical standard put forth by PMI.
- Summarize the characteristics of PMI’s aspirational standards.
- Determine whether a situation provides evidence for an aspirational standard.
- Recognize three common challenges present during projection initiation and planning.