Project Management Institute

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.”

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    Mandate for Tomorrow

    Like no other country in the world, Wales is planning ahead. Six years after the Welsh government passed the Well-being of Future Generations Act, it's reshaping how projects align with everything…

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    Self-Plagiarism in Project Studies member content locked

    By Geraldi, Joana This is part of a series of editorials designed to guide future submissions to PMJ® and inform project scholars about relevant topics related to the craft of research. Here, we discuss the concept…

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    Plagiarism in Project Studies member content locked

    By Geraldi, Joana Plagiarism is condemned yet remains a frequently occurring form of academic misconduct. This editorial informs project scholars about plagiarism and Project Management Journal’s (PMJ®) approach to it.

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    Why Social Impact Matters

    Every project has an impact—and increasingly it’s up to project leaders to make it a positive one. The same strategic mindset behind the drive for bottom-line results must also be applied to ensure…

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    Contemporary Review of Anti-Corruption Measures in Construction Project Management member content locked

    By Owusu, Emmanuel Kingsford | Chan, Albert P. C. | DeGraft, Owusu-Manu | Ameyaw, Effah Ernest | Robert, Osei-Kyei This study reviews the anti-corruption measures (ACMs) developed to mitigate the pervasiveness of corruption in construction project management (CPM). Using a two-stage methodological process to…

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