The saintly project manager

In ‘Playing the project manager‘, Charles said that he’d adopted a position of moral relativism i.e. ‘…that people should make their own choices about what is important to them, and put on performances that enact those choices.’ (p 130).
 
This made me reflect on my own unwritten moral code of conduct as a programme manager.  Here are some things that I aspire to:
  1. Respect others – meaning everyone – irrespective of level of seniority and other obvious attributes (race, gender, sexuality, age, political outlook).
  2. Believe that people are motivated by wanting to do the right thing.
  3. Don’t embarrass others.

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