Small Sins Allowed and the Line of Impunity
Hur utformar vi humana och hållbara organisationer? Alicia och Rolf Medina har båda lång erfarenhet av arbete i organisationer. Med grund i ett flerårigt forskningsprojekt har de tagit fram en modell för att skapa progressiva organisationsformer s...
Eduardo Victor Lpez Ph.D. worked in the industry for the last three decades. He got an insider insight of the governance practices of many companies across the Americas, from Argentina to Canada, including Mexico, Brazil and the USA, including Ericsson, Siemens, Nokia Solutions and Networks, and Bridgestone. He has devoted many years studying behaviors of individuals immersed in the corporate world, climbing the corporate ladder from engineer to the C-suite. Alicia Medina Ph.D. is University Lecturer in Management at Ume University in Sweden, SKEMA in France and University of Montevideo in Uruguay.
Antecedents. The Beginning. Contrasting Views. The Unsatisfactory Equilibrium. Ethics. Ethical Decision-making Models. Economization. Double Standards. Codes of Ethics. Ethical Dilemmas. Context. Perceptions. Motivation. Culture. Other Perspectives. Corporate Governance. Historical Perspective. Lines of Thought. Other Perspectives. New Constructs. Small Sins Allowed. Line of Impunity. A New Corporate Governance Model. The Small Sins Allowed Influence in Corporate Governance. The Line of Impunity Moderating Effect. The Context Moderating Effect. Case Studies. Final Words