Three copies of the "Ethical Executive" will be given awayWhat do Values & Ethics mean for you as  project managers? Why is it important for you and your project team to follow PMI’s Code of Business Ethics? What are the basics of working with third parties? Why should you be careful while sharing the company’s or clients’ proprietary and confidential information with others? Is it okay to accept extravagant gifts from clients, or sponsor their lavish dinners and expensive vacations? Confidentiality is an especially sensitive issue to certain clients due to regulations in many countries that require companies and related entities to meet specific confidentiality and privacy laws as it relates to their customers’ data. That is why it’s equally important to understand guidelines around personal data security as well, for your own information and to protect our clients’ customers. Find answers to all such questions and more during this lecture. Three copies of the “Ethical Executive” will be given away.

Klaus Rappolt is leading the Engagement Management (project & program management) practice for the Capgemini Financial Services Global Business Unit in the APAC region, based in Hong Kong. Klaus has extensive experience with large scale / complex / multi site / multi country projects and programs as well as all aspects of SAP/systems implementations / ”rollouts”. PMI Thailand Klaus RappoltKlaus fulfilled various roles including Program Management & Project Management, Solution Architecture & System Integration and  Functional Consulting. Klaus also worked  in various PMO environments. He gained his experience across various sectors, including: Financial Services, Real Estate, Media, Chemical, Pharma, Construction, Services and Manufacturing. In the past, he worked with KPMG Management Consulting  & Price Waterhouse Coopers Management Consulting in Germany and KPMG Management Consulting  & Capgemini Technology Consulting in Australia.

This event qualifies for 2 PDUs. If you are a PMI Thailand Chapter member, these PDUs will be registered for you by the Chapter. If you are not a member, you will have to submit these PDUs yourself. For more information on how to submit PDUs, follow this guideline.