Integration and Integrity
Integration and integrity are inherently related. Both concepts imply wholeness, a prime goal of systemic project management. Integrating a project properly requires communication and freedom. The subsequent sharing of data, information, and knowledge smoothes the distribution of power, enabling good work by all project personnel. This communication demands honesty, which invokes the moral component of integrity.
INTEGRITY: A FOUNDATION FOR INTEGRATION
The wholeness of an integrated project finds its expression in two ways. First, the project manager and the project team view a multiplexed project as a single ...