When Bad Decisions Happen to Good People – Part 2

In my last blog post, I discussed how time pressure can compromise our ability to make ethical decisions. This week’s column will build on this theme by exploring another classic study that examines how our decision-making abilities can be affected by situational factors. By demonstrating the impact of these factors, I hope to provide an opportunity for personal reflection. This allows us to identify potential ethical pitfalls in our daily work lives so we are better prepared to recognize and manage them should they arise.

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