Challenge the boss or Stand Down

Every day when a person is at work, he or she must act or make decisions for the business to continue running smoothly. A majority of these actions and decisions are reactions to monotonous situations. However, some may challenge one’s values and ethics. Regrettably, in the real life, ethical dilemmas occur frequently in the workplace.

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However, he did the direct opposite. He failed to deliver a key report promptly and failed keeping Frank well-versed about his work altogether. It was very conspicuous that he challenged the authority of his boss publicly. Tom may consider that in the modern corporate world hierarchy doesn’t matter a lot, but superiors still like the type of deference that recognizes their rank. (Pfeffer)

Work Cited
Sasser, Earl, W. Case Study: Challenge the Boss or Stand Down? Harvard Business Review. 2011. Print.

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