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Professional Conduct and Ethics

What is professional responsibility? It can mean different things to different people. As a PMP, professional responsibility involves:

•Adhering to the PMP Code of Professional Conduct
•Maintaining high professional ethics
•Developing cultural competence in our emerging global society

The PMP Code of Professional Conduct

As a PMP you agree to support and adhere to the Code of conduct. It is described with two sections:
•Responsibility to the Profession and
•Responsibility to Customers and the Public

Responsibility to the Profession: Here you have six basic responsibilities
1.Be truthful at all times and in all situations
2.Report Code violations (with factual basis)
3.Disclose conflicts of interest
4.Comply with laws
5.Respect other's intellectual property rights
6.Support the Code

Responsibility to Customers and the Public: Here you have five basic responsibilities

1.Be truthful at all times and in all situations
2.Maintain professional integrity (satisfy the scope of your professional services)
3.Respect the confidentiality of sensitive information
4.Refrain from gift or compensation giving/receiving where inappropriate
5.Ensure conflicts of interest do not interfere with client's interest or interfere with professional judgment


Culture Shock refers to the initial disorientation that a person first experiences when visiting a country other than his own.

Ethnocentrism is a typical belief that one's culture is superior to the foreigner's culture.

PMP's Code of Professional Conduct is a document provided by PMI. It is a guide to Project Managers on how to conduct as a professional.

PMP aspirants need to provide accurate and truthful information through out the application process. Any violations can lead to disciplinary action.

Question No :1
You have been with the organization , and you find clear violations of the PMP Code that occur
with frequency.As a PMP, you should:
1. leave the company.
2. note down the infractions,discuss them discreetly with other PMPs, and decide how to handle the situation.
3. Let the situation take care of itself.
4. All of the above
correct is :1
Explanations :
You can ask other PMPs for input will be extremely useful.
As with anything where you will be accusing someone of infractions of the rules,
make sure you have your facts straight before going to anyone and all infractions are documented.


Question No :2
You have been with the organization, you constantly hear rumors about a certain PMP failing to
live up to the PMP Code.What you should do ?
1. You can gather as much information as you can before proceeding.
2. Confront the person immediately.
3. Ignore the rumors.
4. pass the rumors along.
correct is :1
Explanations :
You can gather as much information as you can before proceeding.


Question No :3
You are project manager of a project and you are offering an estimate that you know will be
changed after the contract is signed is ____?
1. Bad practice
2. Unprofessional practice
3. Bad for both the buyer and seller
4. All of the above
correct is :4
Explanations :
It is both bad and unprofessional to knowingly offer an estimate that is incorrect


Question No :4
False information at any point during the PMI Certification Program can result in:
1. Revocation of your PMI membership
2. Revocation of your PMP certification
3. Both of the above are true
4. None of the above
correct is :3
Explanations :
Falsification of any information directly or indirectly related to all aspects of the PMI Certification
Program can result in both revocation of your PMI Membership and your PMP Certification