SV: PMI Culture Values & Behaviors
PMI Culture Values & Behaviors
This is a general excerpt regarding the culture and professionalism of Project Managers and the environment in which Project Management is conducted. For a number of years professionalization has been a key area of interest for those operating in the project management discipline.
There has been an increasing desire for project management to be recognized as a profession, to have more status, and for project managers to be considered the equal of other professionals such as engineers, architects, or accountants. But with professionalization comes responsibility and the expectations to act ethically and for the betterment of society.
Speaker: Frank Gonzales, PMP
Frank J. Gonzales, a native of Denver, Colorado and served 30 years in the U.S. Army and retired as a Colonel. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Information Systems and a Masters of Science in Telecommunications Management both from the University of Colorado, Boulder. He also holds a Masters in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College. Frank worked with industry executing government contracts for six years after his military service. Frank is currently a Program Manager with the University of Arizona Applied Research Cooperation. Frank obtained his PMP in Feb 2018 and is a member of the PMI Tucson Board serving as the VP of Membership.
PDU Value: 1.0