Orgethic rev 08 ss

Orgethic rev 08 ss - How Do Good Managers Get into Ethical...

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How Do Good Managers Get into Ethical Trouble? They intend to do wrong and get caught. They are lured in by promises of rich rewards. They make choices on limited economic grounds without considering the ethical angles. They treat complex situations as though they were simple. They stumble or back into it, and don’t know what it is until too late. • They just never pay attention. They push through it, denying what their instincts tell them. They stick with it from fear of losing their jobs. Their organizational culture doesn’t support ethical reasoning or decision making.
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Auditors’ Rankings of the Relative Importance of Fraud Warning Signs 1. Managers have lied to the auditors or have been overly evasive in response to audit inquiries. 2. The auditor’s experience with management indicates a degree of dishonesty. 3. Management places undue emphasis on meeting earnings projections or other quantitative targets. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2009 for the course BUSENV 0060 taught by Professor Barrymitnick during the Fall '09 term at Pittsburgh.

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Orgethic rev 08 ss - How Do Good Managers Get into Ethical...

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