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PMP code of ethics
PMP code of ethics

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www.pmlead.net 
 Amr Miqdadi, PMP info@pmlead.net 
PMI®, PMP®, CAPM® and PMBOK® Guide are trademarks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.
PMI® has not endorsed and did not participate in the development of this product.
 
 
Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct 
 
Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct applies to:
 
All PMI members
 
Non-members who hold a PMI certification
 
Non-members who apply to commence a PMI certification process
 
Non-members who serve PMI in a volunteer capacity.The most important values to the project management community fall within the following fivecharacteristics:
 
Professionalism
o
 
Maintain high standards of integrity and professionalism.
o
 
Adhere to legal requirements and ethical standards.
o
 
Protect the community and your stakeholders.
o
 
Share lessons learned, best practices, research, etc.
o
 
Improve yourself; improve the quality of project management services.
o
 
Build the capabilities of your colleagues and enhance individual competences.
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Interact with team and stakeholders in a professional and cooperative manner.
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Balance
stakeholder’s objectives
.
o
 
Accept responsibility for the actions.
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Encourage others in the profession to act in an ethical and professional manner.
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Improve your competencies as a project manager.
o
 
Perform self-assessment and competencies development plan.
 
Responsibility
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Make decisions based on the best interests of society, public safety, and theenvironment.
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Accept only those assignments that are consistent with your background, experience,skills, and qualifications.
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Accept accountability.
o
 
Protect proprietary or confidential information.
o
 
Do what you promised to do.
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Report any unethical or illegal conduct to appropriate management members.

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