Case Study: Corporate Ethics
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This paper offers three responses to a case study involving illicit practices within an organization, whether to report or not report, and what such situations tell of corporate functions and cultures. The paper discusses how businesses need to be understood as bureaucracies that, however much we may tend to assume, are not neutral. The paper also shows how all organizations have lives of their own with various stakeholders in situations of dispute. The paper notes that a degree of illicit behaviour is natural to organizations of the kind, and, corrections should be made by rewarding honest employees more than singling out those known to deviate.
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