Code of conduct

When project professionals work in cultures different than their own, particularly when they work in cultures with developing markets and contradictory or highly complex regulations, they must develop a thorough understanding of the values driving those cultures. This will support their use of PMI's Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct and help them practice their discipline ethically. This article discusses the significance of acting ethically when managing project teams, particularly when managing project teams composed of individuals from cultures different than the project manager's culture. In doing so, it suggests how project managers can resolve ethically conflicting project situations, recommending ways that organizations can identify the nature of doing business in other countries and develop positive relationships in cultures that have not outlined transparent business regulations. It discusses how business ethics shapes business relationships, identifying business standards that can help compani
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