Why project ethics matter

Leadership is built on trust. If the foundation is cracked, a project's future is in doubt

Project ethics matter, and this year's 10th anniversary of the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct is a good time to reflect on that. Not only do ethics allow us to act in a way consistent with our beliefs, they're a key to executing projects successfully. This is because ethics lead to trust, which leads to leadership, which in turn leads to project success.
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