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    Make time for ethics member content open

    By Romack, Gwen K. Gwen K. Romack, PMP, discusses the small, everyday micro-decisions managers make that shape stakeholders' views of ethical decision making. The practical resources she proposes will help project…

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    Going against the grain member content open

    By Starke, Steven Often the project manager's focus is to execute to the best of his or her ability according to the charter, which puts project managers in the best position to go against the grain and recommend a…

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    Degrees of trust member content open

    By Logue, Ann C. Organizations thrive or die as a result of the decisions devised by its employees. Such decisions also provide a snapshot for understanding the ethical behavior endorsed by an organization's culture…

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    The price of authority member content open

    By Foti, Ross Although authority is often equated with decision-making power, executives and project managers need to better understand how accountability is related to their scope of responsibility. Executives…

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    The ethics audit for nonprofit organizations member content open

    By Schaefer, Arthur Gross | Zaller, Anthony J. Although the need for organizations to have ethics codes has been recognized for decades, they aren't easy to implement. Nonprofits must be particularly scrupulous because they are chartered to…

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    Survival of the fittest? member content open

    By O'Neil, John Everyone should be concerned about doing things right. The burden of choosing the right thing to do often falls on executive management. In the hectic, competitive world we operate in today, this is…

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