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19012. Note on Human Behavior: Character and Situation Harvard Business School Note 9404091. This paper provides an analysis of this Harvard Business School case Note on human behavior by Norhria, Sucher and Gurtler. Topics covered in this note include business ethics, the influence of character versus situation/environment in human behavior and decision making, the influence of groups on human behavior, and the influence of authority on individual action and decision-making. The essay considers the topics covered in the note and the notable human psychology experiments (including the Milgram experiments) discussed in terms of business ethics and individual and group behavior in organizations. APA Style. 11 pages, 12 footnotes, 8 bibliographic sources.
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