By Gillian Flynn
Jun. 1, 1995
We all have handy little quizzes to help us make decisions. Some are leftover from childhood-but still effective: Would we do this if Grandma were watching? Others have a more philosophical basis: Can we will this action to be a universal rule for everyone?
Texas Instruments teaches its employees seven steps they can use to determine whether a decision is ethical. The result forms a “quick test” and helps the employee see a decision more objectively-and ethically.
Personnel Journal, June 1995, Vol. 74, No. 6, p. 34.
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