GB Ch 7 Readings on Stanford Experiment (page 8)

GB Ch 7 Readings on Stanford Experiment (page 8) - Brady...

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Brady and Logsdon on Business Ethics 8 and frailties of those in authority positions and the importance of organizational  restraints in the use of power. Students could be asked how to make organizations  not  like prisons. That is, what safeguards should an organization put into place to restrain  the "natural" impulse to abuse power and to conform to the rules without question in  order to insure that individuals can act on their ethical principles. The experiment also  invites us to consider the interaction between moral conscience and organizational  loyalty as it examines psychological differences between those prisoners that coped  with the situation and those who did not. Which type of "prisoner" would make the better  employee? Cooper (1985) provides additional suggestions for incorporating the  experiment into business ethics courses.  Second, the traditional issue- and case-analysis approach in business ethics 
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This note was uploaded on 12/02/2011 for the course GEN BUS 201 taught by Professor Susanpark during the Fall '11 term at Boise State.

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