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Krantz, J. (2019). Leadership, Betrayal, and Institutional Integrity. Organ. Soc. Dyn., 19(1):112-120.

(2019). Organizational and Social Dynamics, 19(1):112-120

Leadership, Betrayal, and Institutional Integrity

James Krantz, Ph.D.

When the requirements of an institution's mission collides with the hopes, needs, and expectations of its people, leaders can face a painful choice. Either corrupt the institution by compromising its mission or betray those whose commitment and loyalty are essential. This tribute to Wesley Carr explores the notion of “virtuous betrayal” that was developed in an earlier paper and links it to issues of institutional integrity.

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