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    I'm supporting Jennifer Morre's Corporate Character theory, that no individual should be responsible for the act of company since it's the corporate character which shapes their behavior. So what other possible reasons are there to support this argument? (Reasons that she never mentioned.)

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    There are many other reasons:

    First, the behavior of a company can be dictated by the actions of many individuals put together instead of just one individual alone. For example a marketing campaign is first requested by the products department and is then given to the marketing department in order to design the campaign itself. It is then moved to the production department to implement the campaign and put it out into the public. Thus, it is a multi-step process in which everyone adds their own part (and also somewhat part of the decision) and which cannot be pinned on an individual ...

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