Ethics

Responsibility. Respect. Fairness. Honesty. Those are the values drive ethical behavior for the project management profession as reflected in the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. Project managers face decisions and ethical dilemmas every day. While project managers often know what to do, how to do it can become a challenge, and when stakeholder interests conflict, ethics enter the picture. Ethics is the discipline of “how to do it best.”

  • Project Management Journal

    Governance and Ethics in Temporary Organizations

    By Müller, Ralf | Turner, J. Rodney | Adersen, Erling S. | Shao, Jingting | Kvalnes, Øyvind The impact of multilevel governance on the frequency of ethical issues in temporary organizations (TOs) is investigated. A structural equation model, based on a global survey, showed that behavior…

  • Project Management Journal

    The projectification of everything

    By Jensen, Anders | Thuesen, Christian | Geraldi, Joana Projects have become omnipresent not only in the economy but also in our society and our lives. Projects organize and shape our actions at work, in our professional profiles and networks, and also…

  • Project Management Journal

    Minima moralia in project management

    By Klein, Louis "There is no right life in the wrong one," Theodor W. Adorno (1951/2006) concluded in the 'Minima Moralia.' In project management, this idea calls for rethinking the contributions and implications…

  • Project Management Journal

    The open secret of values

    By Biedenbach, Thomas | Jacobsson, Mattias The purpose of this article is to explore the roles and potential benefits of axiology and value theory in project research. This is done through (1) an exploration of the essentials of axiology and…

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    By Karpe, Alankar | Rigamonti, Fabio Does stress and the pressure of change impact ethical and professional behaviour? In this paper, we will explore: ethical leadership, why it is important in managing change programmes, how social…

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