Harvard Business Review 2019 (July-August)

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Год выпуска: July-August 2019

Автор: Harvard Business Review USA

Жанр: Бизнес

Издательство: «Harvard Business Review USA»

Формат: PDF (журнал на английском языке)

Количество страниц: 162

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The Thing About Integrity

Lately, the news has been filled with stories of embezzlement, bribery, and other kinds of corporate corruption. In a 2018 survey, PwC found that nearly half the 7,228 participating organizations had experienced economic crimes or fraud in the previous year — up from 30% in 2009. So it's no exaggeration to say that white-collar crime is a growing problem. And it's one that has considerable costs: It destroys shareholder value, drains management resources, and tarnishes brands, sometimes irredeemably.

The same PwC survey also found that more than half the whitecollar criminals were “internal actors” — a phenomenon that Paul Healy and George Serafeim of Harvard Business School explore in “How to Scandal-Proof Your Company” (page 42). They argue that the cause isn't weak regulations or compliance systems. At firms hit by scandals, they say, “a culture of making the numbers at all costs trumped any concerns about how the targets were being met.”
The root of all this is leadership: “Senior executives at most companies that suffered highly publicized transgressions didn't see these incidents as their personal responsibility to address or as evidence that something was fundamentally amiss in their organizations,” say Serafeim and Healy. While these leaders accepted the importance of compliance, they placed greater emphasis on beating competitors and wowing investors — a message that can foster a culture of wrongdoing.
It shouldn't come as a surprise, then, that the opposite is also true: The leaders who prioritize integrity themselves tend to run organizations that discourage winning at any cost and, in the process, cultivate higher employee engagement and more-profitable growth.


Сontents

Harvard Business Review (July-August)

SPOTLIGHT

  • WHITE-COLLAR CRIME

ETHICS

  • How to ScandalProof Your Company
    • A rigorous compliance system is not enough

AUDIT

  • Where Is Your Company Most Prone to Lapses in Integrity?
    • A simple survey to identify the danger zones

Q&A

  • “We Were Coming Up Against Everything from Organized Crime to Angry Employees”
    • A conversation with Erik Osmundsen, CEO of Norsk Gjenvinning

BUSINESS LAW

  • What I've Learned About WhiteCollar Crime
    • Insights from a former prosecutor

FEATURES

TECHNOLOGY

  • Building the AI-Powered Organization
    • Technology isn't the biggest challenge

INNOVATION

  • Nimble Leadership
    • Walking the line between creativity and chaos

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

  • The Soul of a Start-Up
    • Companies can sustain their entrepreneurial energy even as they grow

STRATEGY

  • Digital Doesn't Have to Be Disruptive
    • The best results can come from adaptation rather than reinvention

OPERATIONS

  • The One Thing You Need to Know About Managing Functions
    • They require their own strategies

MANAGING PEOPLE

  • When a Colleague Is Grieving
    • How to provide the right kind of support

CUSTOMERS

  • The Elusive Green Consumer
    • People say they want sustainable products, but they don't tend to buy them. Here's how to change that

INNOVATION

  • Marvel's Blockbuster Machine
    • How the studio balances continuity and renewal

IDEA WATCH

  • New Research and Emerging Insights

ORGANIZATIONS

  • The Wrong Ways to Strengthen Culture
    • The three missteps that thwart many efforts. The kind of network women need, the futility of venting about the boss, and more

DEFEND YOUR RESEARCH

  • Instant Feedback Hurts Our Performance
    • A new study shows that it changes our behavior — but not for the better

HOW I DID IT

  • Match Group's CEO on Innovating in a Fast-Changing Industry
    • Acquisitions were an important driver of growth

EXPERIENCE

  • Advice and Inspiration

MANAGING YOURSELF

  • A Working Parent's Survival Guide
    • The five big challenges— and how to deal with them

CASE STUDY

  • When One Division Makes All the Money but the Other Gets All the Attention
    • A CEO considers whether to invest in innovation or focus on the core

SYNTHESIS

  • Fixing the Internet
    • Where it went wrong and how to improve it

LIFE'S WORK

  • Vera Wang

DEPARTMENTS

  • FROM THE EDITOR
  • CONTRIBUTORS
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES

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