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Social psychology provides a means and a set of theories that offer an opportunity for important new insights, and this first volume shows why. If you care about ethics, this book is a clarion call that you should immediately follow. The topic is very popular and the contributors are among the most important people in the field. The whole topic is new and unique. Instead of focusing on the philosophical approaches to ethics, the editors focus on ethical behavior, which is very important.
De Cremer and Tenbrunsel are absolutely top notch as scholars and editors. Scholars are asked to apply psychological theories of decision making to understand how individuals make ethical decisions.
This book will stimulate discussion and suggest fruitful research in this fledgling but vitally important area of business leadership and management. Toon meer Toon minder. Reviews Schrijf een review. Bindwijze: Paperback. Niet leverbaar. Wil je eenmalig een e-mail ontvangen zodra het weer leverbaar is? Breng me op de hoogte Op verlanglijstje. Houd er rekening mee dat het artikel niet altijd weer terug op voorraad komt. Anderen bekeken ook. Add to Basket.
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Researchers found the same type of results with tax deduction forms styled like those of the U. Internal Revenue Service.
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A similar approach can be used by companies for any expense report, conflict of interest form, or funds authorization — anything in which an employee is being asked to engage in behavior that creates compliance risk. Companies should also encourage employees to openly discuss rationalizations and how they affect ethical decision-making. This can be accomplished through storytelling by employees and the company. Employees should be encouraged, even required, to meet periodically in small groups to explore the potential effects of compliance violations and white-collar crimes.
The idea is for employees, guided by compliance professionals or, better yet, senior managers , to discuss topics such as what regulations are relevant to the business, common compliance pitfalls, and how some business practices produce externalities that negatively impact stakeholders. When rationalizing statements pop up, as they inevitably will, they should be identified and flagged. Only after patterns of self-exculpatory rationalization are openly discussed and labeled as problematic will employees be able to internalize that knowledge and use it when presented with an opportunity to act unethically.
The company also should share stories of genuine compliance successes. Compliance messaging is most effective when it conveys that positive behaviors are widely engaged in and approved of within a company. Positive compliance messaging combats this rationalization by demonstrating that while there may be isolated compliance lapses, the majority of the company is committed to making ethical decisions. One company that has used storytelling and discussions effectively in its ethics program is Parsons Corp.
The company hosts an internal website where it has posed hypothetical ethical problems and asked employees to vote on how they should be resolved. Through the narratives, employees themselves identify common ethical traps and rationalizations. Use incentives to influence behavior in the right direction. Behavioral ethics research has shown that even seemingly inconsequential factors can greatly influence ethical decision-making. To that end, business leaders can tap nonmonetary incentives to aid in compliance.
According to research, praise and expressions of gratitude motivate more than money, and social group interactions motivate individual behavior more than almost anything. No compliance program will entirely eliminate bad employee conduct. But behaviorally cognizant programs, ones that seek to understand employee decision-making and target the cognitive mechanisms that foster unethicality, hold the promise of achieving the primary goals of compliance: reducing unethical and illegal behavior within the company.
However, their work spanned decades. See, for example, D. Hansen and A. Zamir and D. See also D. Moore and G. Sutherland and D.
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Cressey and D. Mercier and D. Maruna and H. See also B. Ashforth and V. This section is adapted from a series of articles the author has written concerning white-collar crime and corporate compliance. See, for example, T. Yoffie and M. Complaint, New York v. Intel Corp. Corkery and S. De Cremer and A.
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