Год издания: 2008
Количество страниц: 544
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Although much has already been written about the rise and fall of Enron, four important questions remain unanswered: What management behavior and practices led Enron down the path from truly innovative to fraudulent management? How could Enron’s board odirectors have failed to detect the business, ethical, and legal risks embedded in the company’s aggressive financial strategies and accounting practices? Why did Enron’s external watchdogs—security analysts, credit-rating agencies, and regulatory agenciefail to bark? What actions can prevent Enron-type breakdowns in the future? Innovation Corrupted addresses each of these questions. In contrast to the time-line narratives of previous books on Enron that offer interesting but largely unsystematic insig into individual actions and organizational processes, Innovation Corrupted pursues a more methodical analysis of the causes and lessons of Enron’s collapse. Based upon newly available sources, Salter identifies the social pathologies...