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Jay Conger & Robert Hooijberg

In: Handbook of Organizational and Managerial Wisdom

Chapter 7: Organizational Ethics—Acting Wisely While Facing Ethical Dilemmas in Leadership

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Organizational Ethics—Acting Wisely While Facing Ethical Dilemmas in Leadership
Organizational ethics—acting wisely while facing ethical dilemmas in leadership

You have supervised the building of a water treatment plant in a South American country, the plant is ready, 300 people will be directly and indirectly employed as a consequence of the opening of the plant, and the only thing holding it up is the final approval of the secretary of utilities. Although all permits have been filed and all audits have been completed, he has yet to sign the official papers permitting the opening of the plant. It becomes clear that what really stands in the way of opening the plant is the appropriate payoff to the secretary of utilities. Although the laws of the land prohibit ...

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