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    the work that is produced by the company. for an example, again referring to the Zappos organisation, the celebration of opening a new headquarters in the downtown Las Vegas from Henderson had the whole Zappos family of 1500 employees celebrating the success in a very grant manner. This helps the organisations to build a great culture and community within the organisation. III. Be Transparent: Transparency in the organisational culture generates a level of trust among the employees in the organisation. Sharing of information, roadmaps and achievements with the employees of the company makes the employees feel like a part of the organisation and it also develops a positive atmosphere in the office which ultimately results in people being more productive in work. For example, The Zappos company in the last 2013 decided to be completely holocratic which means that the company did not have any hierarchy level of management and the employees had the full freedom of taking up the ownership of their work. This shows the high transparency level in Zappos and they believed that this transparency feature will provide the ability to look more clearly within the company. IV. Respect everyone’s contribution: Every individual has their own point of view and respecting everyone’s contribution and rewarding the best is one great culture of an organisation. The companies should be able to listen and accept all the good feedbacks as well as criticisms, both are equally important for the growth…

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    Transparency in organizations among the workers Transparency The global business world is going through varying degree of changes and the leaders, today, are facing the major dilema about the transparency they should maintain with the followers or co-workers. Today’s business environment is characterized by prominent examples of unethical practices and frequent mergers, acquisitions and downsizing, the followers ' trust in their organizational leaders has become an important issue. When we work…

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    Imagine a world of transparency. Each human would have full access to every minuscule detail of another person’s life, from looking up their medical issues online, to watching a live stream of every single move they make. It is terrifying to imagine a society in which nothing is kept personal, and as the inherent nature of technology continues to progress, this threat will only become more of a reality. Dave Eggers illustrates this pseudo-utopian world in his novel, The Circle, where his…

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    changes that will impact their staff and students. There are several layers of checks and balances in place to ensure that teachers and all other employees of the district are following all legal and ethical expectations. There is board policy in place that must be adhered to by all employees. The negotiated master contract is also a legally binding agreement between the district and the employees to make sure the rights of the teachers are recognized as well. Finally, the district…

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    Transparency is defined by a business dictionary as the “lack of hidden agendas or conditions, accompanied by the availability of full information required for collaboration, cooperation, and collective decision making.” This honesty in company operations is valuable to investors and can directly drive value into the company. When an investor looks at companies’ financial statements to access risk they will look more favorably on the company that practices transparency because they know the…

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    disregarded. This is because at least two thirds of the world’s nations are considered to suffer acutely from corruption, according to Transparency International (2015). On an individual level, Provost & Chalabi (2013) provide that more than half of the people living in the world believe that corruption has risen over the past two years. The main causes of corruption are lack of proper institutions, the lack of a free press/media/civil society, poor recruitment practices of public officials, and…

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    Corruption And Poverty

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    These countries will reside on either side of the spectra of the corruption index. The Corruption Perceptions Index is a measurement conducted by the Transparency International Organization that gives a ranking of numbers between 1-100 for each country, with a lower number indicating a more perceived corrupt country. In this study, the dependent variable will be the CPI ranking subtracted from 100, thus in our data, the higher the number a country is scored, the more corruption is perceived to…

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    no longer need the bribes to survive. This is a possibility that we have discussed extensively in class in order to predict its effectiveness. In this article, Rosenberg states that simply being “fed up” with paying bribes and being extorted is not enough to make a change unless “there is some channel for turning it into action” (Rosenberg 6). Unfortunately, Rosenberg stated that there was no channel for action at that time because the poor in Mexico did not have any avenue to influence…

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    First, "Institutional Flaws and Corruption Incentives in India" (2008) by Heston and Kumar, focuses on the issues of petty corruption and the poor. They accentuate that India will not be able to achieve its full economic potential if a large population cannot mobilize the resources it possesses due to corruption. In the due process, they propose two aspects of petty corruption. First, “increases in per capita income, reduce corruption”. Second, “high degree of corruption leads to higher income…

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    requirements and the fact that looking at corruption in the empirical sense moves it away from the issue of ethics thus over simplifying the issue as a “legal vulnerability” (Jos 1993, 360). The unique thing about Jos’ research in relations to the previously mentioned qualitative research is that he seeks to explore the operationalization of the constructs involved in defining corruption in order to bridge the gap between normative and empirical studies. On the contrary, Kilkon Ko and Ananya…

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