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  • The Metaphysical Questions Every Project Practitioner Should Ask member content open

    By Ika, Lavagnon A. | Bredillet, Christophe N. Based on research by Lavagnon Ika and Christophe N. Bredillet, this article contends that project practitioners become so familiar with the word “project” that they think about it more in terms of…

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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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    Stakeholders' attributes, behaviors, and decision-making strategies in construction projects member content locked

    By Yang, Rebecca J. | Wang, Yaowu | Jin, Xiao-Hua Project managers need to make decisions on how to balance competing claims between the different stakeholders in projects. Previous studies have suggested that the choice of decision-making…

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    The interrelationship of governance, trust, and ethics in temporary organizations member content locked

    By Müller, Ralf | Andersen, Erling S. | Kvalnes, Øyvind | Shao, Jingting | Sankaran, Shankar | Turner, J. Rodney This study investigates the variety of ethical decisions of project managers and their impact from corporate governance and project governance structures. The roles of personal trust and system…

  • The Leader's Choice member content open

    By Ethics Member Advisory Group—Project Management Institute Making ethical decisions when confronted with a dilemma is a key to success along the project leadership journey. Using a framework to guide those decisions can be crucial to advancing project…

  • The Leader's Choice member content open

    By O'Brochta, Michael | Meloni, Giusi | Raghupathy, Shobhna | Pfeiffer, Peter | Taylor, Marty Making ethical decisions when confronted with a dilemma is a key to success along the project leadership journey. Using a framework to guide those decisions can be crucial to advancing project…

  • Reframing perceptions member content open

    By Oschaudleus, Jürgen Expert communicators and negotiators understand the power of "framing" statements to influence how ideas are perceived. Whether trying to sell a concept, convince an undecided stakeholder, or…

  • The interrelationship of governance, trust, and ethics in temporary organizations member content open

    By Müller, Ralf | Andersen, Erling S | Kvalnes, Øyvind | Shao, Jingting | Sankaran, Shankar | Turner, J Rodney This paper addresses the variety of ethical decisions that managers in temporary organizations must make. The study investigates how these decisions are influenced by the governance structures of…

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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…

  • Ethics and moral leadership in project management member content open

    By Raghupathy, Shobhna In today's competitive business environment, project managers and leaders need to ensure that ethics permeate all aspects of organizational operations. As strategic initiatives are implemented…

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