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  • Change Management member content open

    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…

  • Quiet Leadership Tips for Project Success member content open

    By Ethics Member Advisory Group -- Project Management Institute The journey to project management excellence continues beyond earning a PMP® to include practicing project leadership. However, even highly skilled project managers find success limited until they…

  • Driving project leadership through stakeholder values member content open

    By McCullough, Helen T. Are stakeholders respected, valued, and treated fairly? How can the ethical effectiveness of a leadership team be measured? A research study that examined leadership team behavior while managing a…

  • The leader in the mirror member content open

    By Ethics Member Advisory Group - Project Management Institute PMI's Ethics Member Advisory Group (EMAG) discusses the value of trust as a leadership quality among project managers. When assessing risk, defining uncertainty becomes essential to establishing…

  • Great project leadership member content open

    Using the sinking of the Titanic as an example and contrasting it with the story of the Shackleton expedition to Antarctica, this paper describes how project managers can take specific leadership…

  • Project management as a twenty-first century life skill member content open

    By Byrne, John J. Today's students--at all levels, from pre-school through graduate school--are learning the technical skills required to complete difficult business functions. But all too often, these students are…

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