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Apply the term "Power and Corruption" and "What Collar Crime"

If we apply the term "Power and Corruption" and what is known as the "White Collar Crime", do you think having some process to evaluate your actions before you commit them could be helpful? How would you as a manager use a concept like this to make sure you remain ethical and do what is in the best interest of the company?

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If we apply the term "Power and Corruption" and what is known as the "White Collar Crime", do you think having some process to evaluate your actions before you commit them could be helpful?

I definitely agree that having a process or system to evaluate actions would help to deter many of the white collar crimes that take place today. In my professional opinion, many people that end up committing white collar crimes don't start out with the intent to commit them. The person commits an act, usually within their own company that is unethical and illegal, and the employee realizes that no one discovered what they did. The employee gets a little braver, and commits another act, and it snowballs from there, until we have ...

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If we apply the term "Power and Corruption" and what is known as the "White Collar Crime", do you think having some process to evaluate your actions before you commit them could be helpful? How would you as a manager use a concept like this to make sure you remain ethical and do what is in the best interest of the company?

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