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In the external environment, legal and ethical standards, sanctioning systems, the strategic fracturing of knowledge within organizations, and the communication medium used in virtual teams are identified as important influences on unethical behavior in group settings.
Within the group, it is argued that certain processes - such as social cohesion, group-level envy, and the intersection of self-interest and social identity - are influential in ethical dilemmas. And, at the decision-making level, an examination of ethical decision-making within groups suggests that perspective taking by individual members, the felt pressure to avoid in-group favoritism by minorities, and intergenerational decisions must be taken into account.
Together, these articles underscore the importance of considering the role that groups play in unethical behavior and are an essential source of information for those who wish to understand how unethical decisions are perpetuated within groups and organizations.
|Ethics in groups : what we need to know||3|
|Regulating behavior off the books : perverse effects of requiring disclosure||13|
|Strategic ignorance and ethical behavior in organizations||39|
|Fighting noncooperative behavior in organizations : the dark side of sanctions||59|
|Ethics initiatives : the problem of ethical subgroups||83|
|The ethical implications of virtual interaction||101|
|Groups as enablers of unethical behavior : the role of cohesion on group member actions||127|
|Group context, social identity, and ethical decision making : a preliminary test||149|
|Green and mean : envy and social undermining in organizations||177|
|The good, the bad, and the ugly of perspective taking in groups||201|
|Managing perceptions of ethical behavior in evaluative groups : the implications for diversity in organizations||225|
|Legacies, immortality, and the future : the psychology of intergenerational altruism||247|
|Ethics in groups : the road to hell||273|