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NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

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“We were successful with our ERP replacement initiative due, in part, to your presentations on running successful projects. In particular, the presentation Cover Oregon, What Would You Do? opened my eyes to create an atmosphere of accountability, need to continually define and adjust for achievable scope, and manage team to a “forced march” toward completion with a focus on “what can be done” and not trying to do everything. Thank you.”

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Bookbyte.com

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Accela

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“I’ve been following Todd for years. It will be good to see him again. ... Being an entrepreneur, like Todd, I am constantly in search for new work opportunities and I believe he can give me a few pointers.”

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Attendee and Event Organizer
SeaDrain, L3C

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“Mr. Williams obviously knows how to make projects successful, the art of capturing the audience, and the needs of a meeting planner. What else do you need?”

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Premier Event Management

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VTM Group

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Holiday Retirement

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Portland General Electric

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Ethics in Project Managment Keynote

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Got Ethics?

We all know ethics plays a large role in running projects. When you are rescuing a project and trying to solve root cause issues, however, it is even more critical. When projects have gotten to the point of requiring rescue, the actions of bringing in a recovery manager are usually coincident with talking to lawyers about alternative routes. One must be very thorough and mindful of the fact that news of the failure can hurt stakeholders, stockholders, and ordinary innocent people.

Failing projects are all different, but one issue never gets them is trouble—it takes a cacophony of problems to get them really fouled up. This presentation discusses half dozen real-life situations that caused ethical challenges on projects and poses questions to the audience on how to address them.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the security of project information.
  • Realize the process that one should go through to analyze the options of addressing issues.
  • Internalize the project manager’s role as being objective and honest.
  • Define the responsibilities of the Project Manager to both the supplier and the client (regardless of who is paying you).
  • Enumerate techniques that were used in numerous challenging situations.
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