Parable of the Sadhu

Parable of the Sadhu - No he doesn’t know whether or not...

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March 9 Video: The Milgram Experiment Study questions: 1. In the Milgram experiments, how much weight would you place on the character of the persons involved and how much on the situation? 2. Have you been in a situation where you felt that you were behaving in a manner that was at odds with your true character? What was it about the situation that influenced your behavior? 3. In contrast, have you been in a situation where the strength of someone's character allowed others to rise above the strong influence of the situation? March 11 Case: Parable of the Sadhu Reading: Letter from Birmingham Jail Study Questions: 1. McCoy says he is “haunted” by the decision made on the mountain. Should he be?
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Unformatted text preview: No, he doesn’t know whether or not the sadhu died. It is all up to his personal beliefs whether he personally should be haunted or not. 2. What accounts for the decision that was made? There was a storm coming and the ice would be melted, making the pass impossible to cross and Pasang his responsibilities to get his hikers back safely. 3. What does this story teach about leadership and corporate accountability? Individual vs. group ethics: it is a leader’s responsibility to distinguish the right thing to do taken into account everyone’s personal ethics. This forms a company culture. 4. What is the relevance of Dr. King's ideas for executives and managers?...
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