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The Escalation Phenomenon Reconsidered: Decision Dilemmas or Decision Errors?
Previous studies and theoretical work suggest that the “escalation phenomenon” represents a syndrome of decision errors which tend to lock decision makers into a course of action. This paper developsExpand
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The accountability lens: A new way to view management issues
Abstract In this article, we contend that viewing organizations through an accountability lens (in terms of source, focus, salience, and intensity) helps illuminate issues of governance and ethicalExpand
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THE MORAL MANAGER: COMMUNICATIVE ETHICS AND THE EXXON VALDEZ DISASTER
For many, the case of the Exxow Valdez oil spill has become a symbol of unethical corporate behavior. Had Exxon's managers not callously pursued their own interests at the expense of the environ?Expand
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The Assumed Linearity of Organizational Phenomena: Implications for Occupational Stress and Well-Being
Theory and method are inherently intertwined in the creation and maintenance of most areas of scientific inquiry. The organizational sciences, in general, and the occupational stress area, inExpand
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The Moral Manager
DEVELOPMENTS AND NEW DIRECTIONS AT ORGANIZATIONAL ANALYSIS
This issue marks a clear transition issue for this journal: This transition will, we hope, provide new directions which aid the development of the journal into a more recognized and used journal.Expand