Through a blog post at Inframanage.com, Ross shares his conversation with a colleague at LinkedIn after the latter commented on his post “Infrastructure Management Ethical Practice and Way of Thinking.”
The conversation spun off with the colleague’s remarked that consultants shouldn’t be adding to projects that a council doesn’t need.
That brief exchange of ideas/opinion over LinkedIn gives further insights on ethical practices.
Also, read the examples of how infrastructure management processes are getting better that Ross cited in the article.
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