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How (Un) ethical Are You? , Mahzarin R. Banaji, Max H. Bazerman, and Dolly Chugh, Harvard Business Review, December 2003 Submitted to Dr. Shiv K. Gupta by Manish Ghimire In partial fulfillment of course requirement for MBA: 630 (01); Marketing Management and Planning The University of Findlay March 13, 2016
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Summary: - Three authors of the article “How (Un) ethical Are You?” have started with the question whether you are an ethical manager or not. Every manager’s answer to this question is yes but authors believe that they are not completely ethical and equitable when it comes to make decisions, unknowingly there will be some prejudice decisions. Therefore, the authors discussed four biases that rise from unconscious beliefs which are: stereotypes thoughts, Nepotism, over claiming credit and strife of interest. To overcome these problems authors suggested some ideas such as collecting data, reducing stereotypes environment at the workplace, generalizing the idea while making decisions. Lastly, figuring out the counter stereotypes choice helps to reduce implicit bias.
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