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  • Question 1

    10 out of 10 points


    An organization's ethical climate can be improved by developing a meaningful code of ethics.

  • Question 2

    10 out of 10 points


    Experts estimate that U.S. companies lose about ____ dollars a year from unethical and criminal behavior.

  • Question 3

    10 out of 10 points


    What does the book mean by "neutralizing factors" in its model of individual ethical behavior? (this is something of a fine point, so look carefully)

  • Question 4

    10 out of 10 points


    According to the Bad Apples article which of the demographic differences is a STRONG predictor of whether someone will commit unethical acts (and make sure to look at the conclusions/discussion, not just the original model that they're testing. This is a scientific article so they present their hypothesized model and then test it.  Some of the model ends up not being supported by their data.)

  • Question 5

    10 out of 10 points


    According to the Bad Apples article, which of the following reflects the authors conclusions?

  • Question 6

    0 out of 10 points


    In the "Bad Apples" article, just looking at the results (not the crossed off results, the non-crossed off results) - which of all the factors had the strongest effect on either ethical behavior or ethical intention? (see the note I added re: what the numbers mean)

  • Question 7

    10 out of 10 points


    Before its collapse, Enron was widely regarded as a paragon of excellence, both with regard to its economic performance and the level of integrity with which they operated.

  • Question 8

    0 out of 10 points


    Jeff Skilling (Enron CFO) would take very big risks in his personal life taking very dangerous trips where people would break bones and almost get killed. Other high level employees joined him on these trips and engaged in similarly risky behavior. This is an example of which leadership mechanism ?

  • Question 9

    0 out of 10 points


    Enron had a ticker with its stock price in the elevator, and the stock price was discussed at many meetings by high level executives. These are examples of which leadership mechanism?

  • Question 10

    5 out of 10 points


    On the second day of class, we had a short discussion about which level of factors is the strongest cause of ethical/unethical behavior: (1) the individual s characteristics and choices (good moral compass, strength of character, good decisions, etc.) (2) influence of peers / peer pressure, (3) influence of the situation (culture, environment, etc., typically established by authorities). Which of these do Sims & Brinkmann seem to point to as the main driver of bad behavior at Enron?

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