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1. Either by yourself or in a group, think about the ethical implications of organizations’ monitoring and collecting information about their employees. What kind of information is it ethical to collect or unethical to collect? Why? Should managers and organizations inform subordinates they are collecting such information?
2. Similarly, some organizational cultures like those of Arthur Andersen, the accounting firm, and of Enron seemed to have developed norms and values that caused their members to behave in unethical ways. When and why does a strong norm that encourages high performance become one that can cause people to act unethically? How can organizations prevent their values and norms from becoming “too strong”?


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