Building Ethics in Construction Partnerships: An Analysis of Values-Based Leadership
The presentation considers the applicability of Vales-Based Leadership to improving the process of managing major construction projects through improved ethical partnerships among the project stakeholders.
||Ethics, Construction, Project / Program Management, Values-based Leadership, Partnerships
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 6, pp.81-88.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.896MB).
Professor William A. Moylan, PhD, PMP, FESD, consults, trains, educates, provides expert witness testimony, and practices Professional Project Management and Construction Engineering. Presently, Dr. Moylan is on the faculty of Eastern Michigan University and instructs in Construction Management. Dr. Moylan has extensive professional experience in all aspects of program and project management, including over eleven years internationally with the Arabian American Oil Co, and since 1983 has been involved in implementing information technology. He has worked on new product development, manufacturing, information systems, facility engineering, and construction projects within the heavy construction, oil & gas production, petroleum, chemical processing, energy, academic, government, public service, automotive, and manufacturing industries. In 2005, Dr. Moylan received his Ph.D. in Organization & Management with specialization in Leadership from the Capella University School of Business & Technology. Dr. Moylan is active in a variety of professional societies and civic activities, including, PMI, ESD, Habitat for Humanity and Toastmasters International.
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