Results Oriented Management and Ethics

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Results Oriented Management and Ethics
Lillian Nakiwala, Member
Don't you think ROM can lead to unethical behaviour when employees are rushing to finish projects and present results? For example data manipulation, telling lies etc.

Changing Times
Gwande, Member
I heard in Spain there was an organisation that passed some laws that gave the employees leeway to come to work anytime as long as they deliver on their planned activities. While I agree on the issue of ethics, we should be developing more results oriented management systems that do not tie employees to their offices and chairs while not doing anything there.

Allowing Employees to Work Anytime Requires Result Oriented Management
Christian D. Clores, Member
I agree giving leeway to employees to work anytime as long as they deliver on their planned activities is acceptable. But in such scenario the first thing to make sure is to have crystal clear metrics and KPIs for these employees.

Results Oriented Management and Unethical Behavior
Linda Vaughan, Member
How results oriented management leads to unethical behavior in the workplace?
I believe that if the results are measured purely on bottom-line / hard financial data, employees are going to focus on making those numbers and may consequently do anything to meet or exceed the goal.
Such attitude to meet or exceed numbers can lead some people to take unethical shortcuts, which ultimately can lead to illegal actions.


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