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done by social pressure and individual conscience. Forgiving or forgiving at the wrong time and in the wrong way has been the case for White-collar crime. 2nd, The Banality of Evil: Everyone else is doing it, I’m only one person, I can’t make a difference.3rd, Narrow Focus:A.Primary Focus on Insiders: relevant to the case of for-profit corporations, but occurs in many organizations. Organizations focus on their primary mission and their own membership and sometimes forget that their actions affect many others outside this circle. B.Primary Focus on the Short Term: Emphasis on short-term gain often to detriment of long-term gain. Lots of things look reasonable when we consider only the consequences in the short term. Example: That ice cream sundae looks great until we think about the extra weight and effect on our health. 4th, Failure of Leadership: Having a position of power and responsibility does not automatically make you a leader. 4thCures: Leadership with integrity and personal responsibility: Communication and personal responsibility is the cure. Encourage more personal responsibility and leadership is by building it into our organizations, whistle blower protection and evaluations and compensation practices that focus on personal integrity and responsibility and not just the bottom line. 5th, Dilution of Personal Responsibility in Groups: Personal responsibility can often be lost in groups. “someone else will do it”6th, Organizational Process and Structure: Things can go tragically wrong in a number of ways, one was caused by the way the process was structured.