"Despite good intentions, organizations set themselves up for ethical catastrophes by creating environments in which people feel forced to make choices they could never have imagined. Former Federal Prosecutor Serina Vash says, “When I first began prosecuting corruption, I expected to walk into rooms and find the vilest people. I was shocked to find ordinarily good people I could well have had coffee with that morning. And they were still good people who’d made terrible choices.” Here are five ways organizations needlessly provoke good people to make unethical choices."
Sunday, December 18, 2016
Why Ethical People Make Unethical Choices; Harvard Business Review, 12/16/16
Ron Carucci, Harvard Business Review; Why Ethical People Make Unethical Choices: