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  • Project Management Journal

    The open secret of values member content locked

    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…

  • Project Management Journal

    Minima moralia in project management member content locked

    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…

  • Change Management

    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…

  • Rethink! Project Stakeholder Management

    By Huemann, Martina | Eskerod, Pernille | Ringhofer, Claudia Based on the research of Martina Huemann, Pernille Eskerod, and Claudia Ringhofer, many projects fail because stakeholders’ expectations and interests are not sufficiently steered and managed. This…

  • The Metaphysical Questions Every Project Practitioner Should Ask

    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…

  • PM Network

    Why project ethics matter

    By O'Brochta, Michael Project ethics matter, and this year's 10th anniversary of the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct is a good time to reflect on that. Not only do ethics allow us to act in a way consistent…

  • Project bullies

    By Pelletier, Paul | O'Brochta, Michael As society confronts the effects of bullying in schools, the incidence of bullying in the workforce has increased at an alarming rate, with 75 percent of today's workers reporting incidents in their…

  • Bullying at work

    By Pelletier, Paul A. Bullying can be as harmful in the workplace and on projects as it is in schools and other areas of society, causing the well-understood personal and emotional impacts plus many additional challenges…

  • Your leadership shapes your legacy

    By Ethics Member Advisory Group -- Project Management Institute This paper asks questions about what sorts of legacies we wish to leave and how we can do it. Examples from the lives of some respected public personalities and leaders are discussed in an attempt…

  • PM Network

    Make time for ethics

    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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