1: Ethics and Organizational Ethics
significantly to the development of the Organizational Integrity
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issues: Brady makes the case that if significant harm or benefit
to self or community is involved, it is an ethical issue. Leopold
argues that the community should be considered the world of which
we are a part. Csikszentmihalyi points to the delicate balance
the organization strives to maintain to survive and thrive.