But it’s not just about the numbers. PMPs demonstrate a mastery of project management skills through classroom and real-world experience in the areas of; Project Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Human Resources, Communications, Risk, Procurement, Earned Value and Stakeholder management and commit to using the standards and practices that have proven successful across projects in any field. PMI members also commit to a code of ethics to make the best possible decisions concerning people, resources and the environment. Ethical choices diminish risk, advance positive results, increase trust among our team, influence long term success and build reputations – the basis for leadership and business development at STS.
Honesty, responsibility, respect and fairness are the values that drive ethical conduct for the project management profession. PMI’s Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct applies those values to the real-life practice of project management, where the best outcome is the most ethical one. When coupled with technical project management skills, PMI ethics and code of conduct bring a gold standard to STS that allow us to address new and existing business with innovative, responsive and committed approaches to our customers.