After the scandal: Recovery options for damaged organizations

De Maria, William (2010) After the scandal: Recovery options for damaged organizations. Journal of Management & Organization, 16 1: 66-82. doi:10.5172/jmo.16.1.66


Author De Maria, William
Title After the scandal: Recovery options for damaged organizations
Journal name Journal of Management & Organization   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 1833-3672
1324-3209
Publication date 2010-03
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.5172/jmo.16.1.66
Volume 16
Issue 1
Start page 66
End page 82
Total pages 18
Editor Ken W. Parry
Place of publication Maleny, QLD, Australia
Publisher eContent Management
Collection year 2011
Language eng
Subject C1
150311 Organisational Behaviour
950409 Workplace and Organisational Ethics
Formatted abstract
The paper advances into a new field of multi-disciplinary inquiry called scandal scholarship. The general thrust of this scholarship should be to understand what factors are determinative to the management of scandals in organizations. The specific focus of this paper is to address the question: what options do organizations have in the immediate period following public exposure? First, a typology gleaned from relevant literatures, attempts to classify the variable ways troubled organizations attempt to extricate themselves from scandal. The typology, in its naive form, was then applied to a recent case of corporate wrongdoing of international significance. As a result the framework was refined to achieve stronger congruence between case realities and classification. With more development this typology may be able to forecast the scandal management strategies of troubled organizations through an identification of the remedial responses they deploy. This would be great assistance to those who must engage with the troubled organization such as regulators and stakeholders.
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Keyword Scandals
Typologies
Organizational change
Options
Governance
Ethics
Remedial response
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

Document type: Journal Article
Sub-type: Article (original research)
Collections: Faculty of Business, Economics and Law -- Publications
Official 2011 Collection
UQ Business School Publications
 
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