Social and organizational pressures combined with inherent human tendencies may help create organizational cultures that do not adhere to the ethical standards of society. In this course, you will identify a number of social influences on decision making. You will consider ways that a dysfunctional organizational culture may lead to wrongdoing. By looking into case studies and investigating real-world situations of ethical scandals at major companies, you will develop awareness and acquire guidelines for best practices in complex situations. Finally, you will apply what you have learned by identifying steps you and your organization might take to improve its culture and ensure that organizational decision making is ethical.