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By Christie Husted PhD, Capella University Renee Gendron MA, Presented at the 2010 ASAC Conference May 21-25, 2010 Regina, SK.
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Christie Husted PhD, Capella University
Renee Gendron MA,
Presented at the 2010 ASAC Conference
May 21-25, 2010 Regina, SK
Organizational culture has been defined as “written and unwritten expectations of behavior (rules and norms) that influence members of the organization”(Ross, 1995, p. 346).
Levels of control are “reflected by the control experienced across any number of situational and global domains” Piquero and Piquero (2006)
2008 Ph.D Dissertation by Husted: Systematic Differentiation Between Dark and Light Leaders: Is a Corporate Criminal Profile Possible
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
from 1993 - 2001, stated there was
group is extremely cohesive and there is a strong
desire to reach consensus among members.
Signs of group think:
Truab & Little (1975) defined deviance as “ behavior which violates institutionalized expectations, that is, expectations which are shared and recognized as legitimate within a social system”
Argument to include internal organisational people-processes and people-dynamics in the definition of “Corporate Social Responsibility”
Internal human-processes of any organisation, including corporation that may lead to deviance
Anthony as a group having manipulative,
authoritative leadership and coercive
power. Likely to have:
Too much supervision: Enron executives led Wall Street analysts through the trading floor (previously empty rooms). It looked like people were working – they were pretending.
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Piquero, N., & Piquero, A. (2006). Control balance and exploitative corporate crime. Criminology, 44(2), 397-430.
Smith, H. & Schaffer, M. (Writer), & Schaffer, M. (Director). (2006). Bigger Than Enron [Video recording]. Schaffer, M. (Producer), Frontline. Boston, MA: PBS.