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Ethical breakdowns by Max H. Bazerman and Ann E. Tenbrunsel

By: Bazerman, Max H.
Series: Harvard Business Review.Publisher: USA, Harvard Business School, Edition: 89 (4), April 2011.Description: 58-65.Subject(s): ETHICS | BEHAVIOUR | BUSINESS ETHICS | DECISION MAKING | BUSINESS FAILURES | CORPORATE CULTUREOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Explains factors that contribute to unethical behaviour in the business environment. Five barriers to an ethical organisation are discussed; ill-conceived goals, motivated blindness, indirect blindness, the slippery slope and overvaluing outcomes - with real life examples and remedies provided with each barrier.
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Explains factors that contribute to unethical behaviour in the business environment. Five barriers to an ethical organisation are discussed; ill-conceived goals, motivated blindness, indirect blindness, the slippery slope and overvaluing outcomes - with real life examples and remedies provided with each barrier.

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