EthicalSystems.org culls years of academic research to educate executives on how to create and maintain an honest, moral company culture.
By Will Yakowicz
Originally published on January 22, 2013
What makes good people make unethical decisions? How can you ensure your employees don't accept bribes, cut corners, or cheat when you're counting on them?
These are the questions EthicalSystems, a new nonprofit formed by business school professors, social scientists, and behavior specialists, aims to answer. The group's website, launched in early January, was spearheaded by Jonathan Haidt, a professor of ethical leadership at New York University's Stern School of Business.
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