MGMT605_Lecture_3_Spr10

MGMT605_Lecture_3_Spr10 - Session 3: Ethics and Decision...

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Lecture 3 1 Session 3: Ethics and Decision Making Project team check-in Implicit biases and the IAT Martha McCaskey case discussion and write-up
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Lecture 3 2 Project Team Check-in Have one person in team stand and introduce: Team name List of first-choice and second-choice organizations Any issues with first team meeting? Any questions about team assignment?
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Lecture 3 3 Individual Differences and Ethical Decision Making Most people believe they act ethically and are fair and unprejudiced However, unconscious biases may be at work: - Implicit prejudice - In-group favoritism - Overclaiming credit
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Lecture 3 4 Unconscious Biases in the News
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Lecture 3 5 Implicit Association Test Measures response times to sets of images: - Positive/negative - Social groups Black/white Old/young South/north Contrary to conscious intention Different in degree depending on group status Linked to behaviors (e.g., group interaction, hiring)
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