The Silence of Organizations
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Jüttner, Markus: Corporate Compliance and Business Ethics between Claim and Reality — Why Academic-Bureaucratic Compliance Programs Fail, in: Starystach, Sebastian und Höly, Kristina (Hrsg.): The Silence of Organizations: How Organizations Cover up Wrongdoings, Heidelberg: heiBOOKS, 2021. https://doi.org/10.11588/heibooks.592.c11625

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Veröffentlicht am 24.06.2021.


Markus Jüttner

Corporate Compliance and Business Ethics between Claim and Reality — Why Academic-Bureaucratic Compliance Programs Fail

Abstract: Propagated compliance management standards fail. Despite certified, audited, and award-winning compliance programs, serious compliance scandals continue to take place. While some see the shortcoming in an insufficient implementation of best practice compliance management standards, others criticize a lack of focus on the “human factor.” However, all approaches fail to recognize the reality of organizational behavior and tend either towards naïve oversimplification or fragile complication.

Keywords: Business Ethics, Behavioral Science, Compliance Management, Corporate Crime, Useful Illegality