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Why good people sometimes do bad things: 52 reflections on ethics at work
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The more the environment is a determining factor, the more sensible it is to be reserved in
condemning or praising individual people and organizations. In retrospect it became apparent
that it was not just one company that was guilty of corruption. It was the rule rather than the
exception in the sector as a whole. Furthermore, the competitor that irst called for the rotten
apple to be eliminated turned out to be the guiltiest of all. Corruption had become par for the
course in that sector, and because it was seen as normal, people were blind to the risks that
went with it. The eyes of those involved were only opened after the entire sector had owned
up. As a director put it, ‘In court the scales fell from my eyes. It then became clear to me how
blind we had all been all those years.’ Unfortunately, the damage had already been done.
8. Apples, barrels and orchards: dispositional, situational and systemic causes