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- Crises of organizational misdeeds arise when management takes certain decisions knowing the harmful consequences of the same towards the stakeholders and external parties.
- In such cases, superiors ignore the after-effects of strategies and implement the same for quick results.
- Crisis of organizational misdeeds can be further classified into the following three types:
Crisis of Skewed Management Values
- Crisis of Skewed Management Values arises when management supports short-term growth and ignores broader issues.
Crisis of Deception
- Organizations face a crisis of deception when management purposely tampers data and information.
- Management makes fake promises and wrong commitments to the customers. Communicating wrong information about the organization and products lead to a crisis of deception.
Crisis of Management Misconduct
- Organizations face a crisis of management misconduct when management indulges in deliberate acts of illegality like accepting bribes, passing on confidential information and so on.
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