Individual and organizational ethics can be tricky things, especially in an age of disruption, where the managerial mantra is “break the rules.” This collection of articles from MIT Sloan Management Review looks at some of the specific areas where ethics play a role in operations, including strategic decision-making, data collection, and sustainability performance.

From “The Trouble With Corporate Compliance Programs”:

  • Many corporate leaders believe that rigorous compliance programs will prevent employee wrongdoing. And if something does go wrong, the hope is that having a comprehensive program will help convince regulators that the company’s compliance and ethics initiatives were “effective.”
  • But to really prevent employee wrongdoing, ...

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