A Critical Path Facelift

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The Critical PathAfter having the same look on my website for over 2 years, I think it’s time for a facelift.  So, if you come to the site within the next week and notice things looking a little different, don’t fret!  In addition to the frontend changes, I plan to move the site over to PowerVPS (Virtacore Systems), who hosts my other sites.  So, grab yourself a fresh cup of coffee (or tea) and continue enjoying my rants and insights.

If you think the graphic above looks a little like me drawing a Critical Path, you should go to Pictofigo and check out their other offerings.  Thank you again to Pictofigo for doing such an awesome job!

Regards,

Derek

PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct

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I pride myself in the fact that I’m a very honest and hard working manager.  I define the Huether Triple Constraint as Passion, Commitment, and Skill.  I’m passionate about what I do, I’m committed to the organizations I work for, and I rely on my skills and the skills of others to be successful.

As part of commitment, ethics and professional conduct should always be considered.  One of the questions I always ask myself before making a leadership decision is “Is this good for the project and our organization?”  No, I don’t work for Initech and this isn’t Office Space.  This is a valid question and there will be several questions on the exam that deal with ethics and professional conduct.

I recommend reading the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.
Even if you don’t take the PMP, every good project manager will learn from it.

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