Please reply to the following student below using ciations from the last 5 years. MARIA DENNE, Discussion An article written for TechRepublic on “The Importance of Being Ethical in Project Management” refers to the Project Management Institute’s code of ethics as a standard by which the project manager can hold himself and can enable stakeholders in the project to trust that the roots of a project manager’s ethics are trustworthy as they are held accountable to a written and enforceable ethical code. The article suggests that the role of ethics in project management “reduces anxiety and stress and ultimately turnover in projects” (Alexander, 2017) amongst other productivity enhancements and gained trust. One of the listed requirements of an ethical project manager is “fostering excellence through mutual respect, trust, confidence, cooperation, and diversity” (Alexander, 2017). Within a global project team especially, the challenges of cultural intelligence require that project managers are truly culturally aware in order to interact with all team members with respect, trust, confidence, and cooperation. Even within local projects, there are challenges to culture as team members develop a corporate culture that a project manager has to navigate in order to lead effectively. “ Corporate culture refers to the beliefs, attitudes, and values that the organization’s members share and the behaviors consistent with them (which they give rise to)” (BCcampus, 2014). Navigating the corporate culture enables project managers to gain an awareness that can be applied to global cultures as well, along with intentional research and teachability. When a project manager understands the culture of his team, whether global or local, cohesion and mutual respect are encouraged within the team, and ultimately glorifying God as community is practiced as seen in Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 “Two are better than one because they have a good return for their labor: if either one of them falls down, one can help the other up. But pity anyone who falls and has no one to help them up” (ESV).