Date Added: Jan 2009
Often, the project manager is faced with an issue that is not easily resolved by theory or the knowledge acquired from formal training. These types of problems are usually not of a technical nature and more often tend to be ethical or human resource issues. The satisfactory answer is often debatable and may suit one set of circumstances and yet not another. It is these difficult issues where the Project Manager (PM) must draw from their practical experiences, moral and ethical obligations, and sometimes the rule of law.