Five Steps to Strengthen Ethics in Organizations and Individuals draws on research and history to present effective tools to strengthen organizational ethics. Focusing on key topics such as the planning fallacy, moral disengagement, moral courage, the illusion of ethical superiority, confirmation bias, groupthink, whistleblowers, mindfulness and mindlessness, making authentic apologies, and more, this book discusses specific positive actions that get results and avoid common pitfalls. Research findings and examples from organizations—including missteps by the Veterans Administration, Penn State University, the APA, General Motors, Enron, and Wells Fargo—inform the strategies this book presents and highlight lessons in organizational ethics. Scholars, researchers, professionals, administrators, students, and others interested in organizational studies and ethics will find this unique book essential in training and practice.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
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About the Author
Kenneth S. Pope is a licensed psychologist and Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science. He served as chair of the Ethics Committees of the American Board of Professional Psychology and the American Psychological Association.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Understanding the Challenges and Seizing the Opportunities to Strengthen Ethics in Organizations and Individuals
Chapter 2: A Remarkable Organization Runs into Trouble
Chapter 3: Making Codes Work
Chapter 4: "Your Call is Very Important to Us": Finding and Closing Gaps
Chapter 5: Waking the Watchdogs: Overcoming Silence and Gaining Strength from Critics, Whistleblowers, and Bearers of Bad News
Chapter 6: Recognizing and Avoiding Common Stumbles over Hueristics and Other Sources of Bias
Chapter 7: Finding Moral Courage and Putting It to Work