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100 0  Haukur Ingi Jónasson. 
245 10 Project ethics|h[electronic resource] /|cHaukur Ingi 
       Jonasson and Helgi Thor Ingason. 
260    Farnham, Surrey, England ;|aBurlington, VT :|bGower,
       |cc2013. 
300    1 online resource (xiv, 142 p.) :|bill. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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490 1  Advances in project management 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. [125]-129) and 
       index. 
505 0  Cover; Contents; List of Figures; About the Authors; 
       Acknowledgements; Introduction; Project Ethics; Book 
       Overview; 1 The Critical Path of Project Ethics; What is 
       Ethics?; The Discipline of Project Management; The 
       Critical Path; Project Ethics; How Ethics is Not 'Just 
       Ethics'; Four Theories; The Nature of Ethical Issues; 
       Business, Engineering and Self-Actualisation; Guides, 
       Books of Knowledge and Ethical Codes; Project Ethics in 
       Practice: Icelandic Survey; Conduct, Demeanour and 
       Management; 2 Outcome-Oriented Ethics: Virtue Ethics; 
       Virtue Ethics; The Origin of Virtue Ethics; Practical 
       Wisdom. 
505 8  What to Do?Being Good at What We Do; The Competent Project
       Leader; Competence and Commitment; Professionalism; 
       Complying with Virtue; 3 Outcome-Oriented Ethics: Utility 
       Ethics; Utility Ethics; Success and Value; Efficiency and 
       Effectiveness; Utility and Project Management Success; 
       Utility and Project Success; Project Success and Project 
       Management Success; Project Success Criteria and Project 
       Success Factors; Multidimensional Critical Success Factor 
       Frameworks; Reinventing Project Management; 4 Process-
       Oriented Project Ethics: Duty Ethics; Duty and the Rules 
       of the Game. 
505 8  Critical Success Factor FrameworksThe Ironic Sense of 
       Responsibility; The Iron Law of Duty; Minimal and Optimal 
       Responsibilities; Who is to Decide?; Roles and Functions; 
       Fear of Authority; Obligation and Sense of Duty; 5 Process
       -Oriented Project Ethics: Rights Ethics; Project 
       Management Privileges; Project Rights; Universal Rights; 
       The Social Contract; Claim to Property and Profit; Justice
       and Opportunity; Appropriate Conduct; Stakeholders and the
       Project Contract; Sustainability and the Rights of Nature;
       6 Project Evaluation and (Ethical) Risks; Conventional 
       Risk Management. 
505 8  Holistic Risk ManagementEthical Project Risk Management; 
       The New Field of Project Ethics; Wide Paths and Narrow 
       Paths; Heading Towards the Future along the Critical Path;
       The Key Agents; Essential Project Elements and Ethical 
       Principles; How to Use the Project Ethics Tool (PET); Two 
       Cases for You to Try Out the PERIA; Conclusions; 
       References; Index. 
520    How relevant is ethics to project management? The book - 
       which aims to demystify the field of ethics for project 
       managers and managers in general - takes both a critical 
       and a practical look at project management in terms of 
       success criteria, and ethical opportunities and risks. The
       goal is to help the reader to use ethical theory to 
       further identify opportunities and risks within their 
       projects and thereby to advance more directly along the 
       path of mature and sustainable managerial practice. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
       Collection - North America 
650  0 Project management|xMoral and ethical aspects. 
650  0 Project management|xMethodology. 
655  0 Electronic books. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
700 1  Ingason, Helgi Thor. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aHaukur Ingi Jónasson.|tProject ethics.
       |dFarnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Gower, c2013
       |w(DLC)  2012037708 
830  0 Advances in project management. 
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