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dc.creatorJennings, Marianne
dc.descriptionThe article shows, as an introduction, the process of rationalization through which a human being may go when trying to internalize what a gray area stands for in his /her own context, paying special attention to the fact that for most of us it is a matter of not going beyond what is right, in other words, staying away from what is wrong. Then, it approaches the matter of analyzing the gray area from a perspective that goes beyond ethical issues, to bring it into  more analytical grounds in the world of business, where decisions are not much to be made in terms of what is ethically right or wrong, but what such decisions may mean, and how they may benefit the organization. In addition, the article highlights the danger of entering the grey area, crossing the line of ethically acceptable behavior, because the line tends to become blurred, and one may end in the domain of unacceptable behavior. Finally, the article makes the reader reflect upon the complexity of getting used to accepting exceptions, since this may lead to confusion in the organizations. The advisable behavior would be being as close to absolutes as
dc.publisherInstitución Universitaria Politécnico Grancolombiano - Editoriales-ES
dc.sourcePOLIANTEA; Vol. 4 No. 6 (2008): Polianteaen-US
dc.sourcePoliantea; Vol. 4 Núm. 6 (2008): Polianteaes-ES
dc.titleIts a gray areaes-ES

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  • Poliantea [386]
    Revista semestral de divulgación académica de la Facultad: Sociedad, cultura y creatividad

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