While doing so, you should adhere to the following practices:
• Share the information in an accurate, truthful, and complete manner.
• Recognize and honor the intellectual property developed or owned by others and give credit where credit is due when you use it.
• Follow the Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct by PMI and disseminate it among the PMP community.
PMI in general expects a PMP to stay engaged and help advance the project management profession by completing tasks such as contributing to the knowledge base. So participating in project management training, mentoring, sharing lessons learned, and promoting best practices are all recommendations by PMI that might appear in some exam questions, even if you don’t see them literally mentioned in the Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.
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