Program Number: C020-16022016
Ethics in Project Management -
Is 'Project Management Ethics' an Oxymoron?
Activity Sponsor: PMINJ Chapter (C020)
PDUs: - 1.5
Leadership - 1.5
Strategic - 0.0
Technical - 0.0
The presentation addresses the values and concepts of ethical project management and the application of ethical leadership to the processes of managing major projects in different industries and applications. The presentation will review the research study conducted by the presenter on the suitability of a values-based leadership approach for leading project teams, with a focus on improving the partnerships within industrial programs. In addition, the presentation will review the PMI Ethical Decision-Making Framework and discuss the values and virtues of the ethical project manager.
William A. Moylan, PhD, PMP, is an Associate Professor in Construction Management with Eastern Michigan University. In addition, Dr. Bill is a professional trainer, consultant, and expert witness in Construction Engineering and Project Management. He has extensive professional experience in all aspects of project management, including over eleven years internationally with the Arabian American Oil Co, and since 1983, has been involved in implementing information technology. Dr. Bill has degrees from Lawrence Technological University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Capella University. He is active in a variety of professional societies and civic activities including the Engineering Society of Detroit, the Project Management Institute, Habitat for Humanity, and Toastmasters International.
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