My next Ethics In PM Class at NYU (March 16 / 23)

///My next Ethics In PM Class at NYU (March 16 / 23)

My next Ethics In PM Class at NYU (March 16 / 23)

Wash. Sq. Park, view from Kimmel Hall, Feb. 11, 2014 (Almost Spring)

About my Ethics In PM class for NYU SCPS (next section starts March 16th)

Spring 2014: March 16th & 23rd (2 consecutive Sundays)
Summer 2014: July 27th & August 3rd (2 consecutive Sundays)
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  1. This is a very fun and interactive course
  2. Course Description
  3. Course Evals
  4. Activities & Assignments – you will be analyzing real-world ethical issues
 from the business world and from your own projects
  5. Counts as 1 of the 5 classes toward the NYU CIPM (Certificate In PM)
  6. Counts as 1 of the 5 five classes toward the NYU ACIPM (Advanced Cert. In PM)
  7. Counts as 14 PDUs for PMP-certified PMs
  8. Will help you with the Ethics-based questions on the PMP test
  9. Registration Link


COURSE OVERVIEW: Explore the many ethical issues project managers face that can jeopardize project success. Examine the principles emphasized in PMI’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct®. Discuss the repercussions ethical failures can bring on projects, using real-world examples from projects as well as from current events. Explore how strong ethics are key to long-term profit and company growth, strategies for keeping the competing interests of the customer and performing organization in balance, best practices and success stories from the corporate world for fostering an ethical workplace, and root causes behind ethical failure. Gain practice with PMI’s Ethical Decision-Making Framework® (EDMF®). Test students on sample questions representative of the ethics-based questions on the PMP® exam.The class counts as one of five courses students can select from toward:

  • NYU’s CIPM: Certificate In Project Management, and
  • NYU’s CIAPM: Certificate In Advanced Project Management.

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