Why 'good' managers make bad ethical choices

  • Gellerman S
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Abstract

What causes usually honest, intelligent, compassionate human beings to act in ways that are callous, dishonest, and wrongheaded? The casebook examines four rationalizations and then develops practical rules to more effectively control managers' actions.

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  • business
  • ethics
  • leadership

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  • Saul W. Gellerman

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