Whether it's Enron or Tyco, some organizations simply have a hard time playing by the rules. But how do companies get so far off the rails? Do organizational leaders wake up one day and decide to be corrupt? Or might their ethical erosion start small and grow over time? Could there also be a few bad apples that make the whole bunch look bad? On this episode, we're sitting down with Kelley's Associate Professor of Accounting Evelyn Patterson, who specializes in auditing and fraud detection, to uncover where and why some organizations make the turn toward corruption and what we can do as leaders to prevent this from happening within our companies.
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