Integrity is a complex concept that can be understood in terms of four dimensions: (1) process, (2) judgment, (3) development, and (4) system capacities. Integrity is both a personal and a collective capacity to (1) coherently process moral awareness, deliberation, character, and conduct; (2) regularly render balanced and inclusive judgments regarding moral results, rules, character, and context; (3) routinely demonstrate mature moral reasoning and relationship development; and (4) design and/or sustain morally supportive intra-organizational and extra-organizational systems. These four dimensions both enable and reflect (a) moral coherence, (b) moral soundness, (c) moral maturity, and (d) moral context, respectively.

Process Integrity and Moral Coherence

The process integrity capacity involves the coherent alignment of (a) individual and collective moral awareness, (b) deliberation, (c) character, and (d) conduct. The need ...

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