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Saturday, July 9, 2011

Chapter 94: Introduction to Professional Responsibility

As the name of the certification suggests, you are going to become a project management professional. A professional is an individual who practices an occupation with professionalism, which is a bond that binds a professional with the code of conduct for that occupation. Professionalism is not Einstein’s theory of relativity. You might need to learn a few things in the beginning, but during the course of practicing a profession, professional conduct (a.k.a professionalism) becomes common sense. All professions share the essence of professionalism. It is as simple as doing the right thing. As a project manager, remember one golden rule: Deal with unprofessional situations directly, openly, and fairly, rather than ignoring them. Professionalism starts with individual integrity, which is based on truth, honesty, and openness.

We will learn more about individual integrity, interaction with clients and project stakeholders, and core values of ethical and professional conduct in the next few chapters.

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