Webinar: September 21, 2021 – 18.30 I hosted by PMI Romania Chapter
Registration link: https://lnkd.in/ePc5JnU
Join us for an interactive session in which you will make decisions with the help of the Ethics Toolkit for Project Management practitioners. Case studies (ethical dilemmas) derived from our project managers’ life will be presented and discussed, available tools will be proposed and applied. As both Simona and Fabio are fans of fantasy movies, the presentation will link the tools with magical creatures and their incredible abilities. Join us for a very practical session in which you – the audience – will tame the fantastic beasts/tools! 😊
At the conclusion of this session, attendees will be able to:
• Describe how the Ethics Toolkit can be used by project management practitioners.
• Identify good decision-making processes regarding ethical issues in projects.
The PMI Ethics in Project Management Toolkit is designed to help project leaders better understand what ethics and professional conduct mean, facilitate their practice, increase awareness about how ethics can flourish, and better understand how individuals can address ethical issues in their professional and volunteer activities.
About the Speakers:
Simona Bonghez, Ph.D., Managing Director of Colors in Projects, has over 20 years’ experience in Project and Change Management. With an extensive experience in Agile Transformation projects, Simona is specialized in facilitating interactive and practical agile workshops, supporting companies in embracing new ways of managing projects. She is a strong advocate of experiential learning and use of game-based design in education. Even though professional experience is a defining aspect in her activity she thinks that she would not have come this far without a good sense of humour. She volunteered for PMI Ethics Insights Team where she lead the Ethics Toolkit project.
Fabio Rigamonti, PMP has 15+ year of project and portfolio experience in the IT environment. He has delivered complex, large-scale projects across Europe (Italy, the UK, The Netherlands, Switzerland) in ERP implementation and change organisation projects and programs; currently a project manager at Infor.
He is an engineer with a strong passion for ethics, and he has 10+ volunteering roles for PMI all related to advancing ethics in project management
His credentials include PMP, PMI DASSM, Prince2 Practitioner, Prosci Change Practitioner, Axelos Management of Portolios Foundation and he is a PMI LIMC Alumnus.
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