This PMI Ethical Decision Making Framework is a tool for uncovering incorrect or outdated assumptions that can harm organizational decision making. American economist Michael Porter coined the term blindspot analysis. Porter argued that outdated ideas or strategies in business had the potential to stifle new ideas and prevent them from succeeding. Furthermore, decisions made with care by a business caused projects to fail because major factors were not properly considered. To get started, you can use EdrawMax online to create this PMI Ethical Decision Making Framework diagram.