Managerial Fraud Executive Impression Management Beyond Red Flags

In Managerial Fraud, Dr Terry Sheridan reports the findings of her study of fraudulent executives.

Author: Terry A. Sheridan

Publisher: Lund Humphries Publishers

ISBN: 9781472413390

Category: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

Page: 304

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In Managerial Fraud, Dr Terry Sheridan reports the findings of her study of fraudulent executives. Her work illuminates the particular methods fraudsters employ to appear more authentic than the average person and reveals two types of executive fraudster with very different behaviours. All this helps to explain why the current Red Flag approach fails to identify potential fraudsters and instead tends to focus on Red Flag executives who are negative characters, but non-fraudulent. Better understanding of what Dr Sheridan has uncovered might result in organisations being able to reduce their exposure to fraud perpetrated by their own senior management.

Managerial Fraud

Executive Impression Management, Beyond Red Flags Terry A. Sheridan. consensually reciprocate in society and by social exchange theory would expect and earn reciprocation in terms of referred power, given by those around them in the ...

Author: Terry A. Sheridan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317101987

Category: Law

Page: 304

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Most frauds perpetrated by senior managers take longer to uncover than those by other occupational groups and they steal more. This is a serious problem world-wide. Currently the Red Flag approach is used by auditors to prevent and uncover fraud and in some countries it is statutory. However, the existing approach does not catch managerial fraudsters quickly or very often. In Managerial Fraud, Dr Terry Sheridan reports the findings of her study of fraudulent executives. Her work illuminates the particular methods fraudsters employ to appear more authentic than the average person and reveals two types of executive fraudster with very different behaviours. All this helps to explain why the current Red Flag approach fails to identify potential fraudsters and instead tends to focus on Red Flag executives who are negative characters, but non-fraudulent and accounts for the problem auditors face, who see Red Flag indicators and are obliged to conduct further audits, yet find nothing of substance. During the author’s research, the innocent colleagues who worked closely with fraudulent managers have for the first time been interviewed about their experiences and had their impressions analysed, leading to the development of an innovative typology of fraudulent executives based on Impression Management Theory. Better understanding of what Dr Sheridan has uncovered might result in organisations being able to reduce their exposure to fraud perpetrated by their own senior management.

Business Threats and Opportunities in the Western Balkans

It can also be linked to managerial 17 16 Sheridan, Terry A. Managerial Fraud: Executive Impression Management, Beyond Red Flags. Routledge, 2016: 25–26. SAS No. 99 – Statement on Auditing Standards No. 99: Consideration of Fraud in a ...

Author: Hristina Runcheva Tasev

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 1527576124

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 190

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This book provides a comprehensive outlook of expected long-term economic changes in the Western Balkans, inspiration for involved decision-makers, and ways to leverage the opportunities of the COVID-19 pandemic. It considers how the organizational aspects of enterprises, changes in consumer behavior, the rise of informational technologies, and the expansion of the digital market can create economic growth based on lower carbon consumption and sustainable growth based on green and clean solutions. The length and depth of the current economic crisis will depend on a combination of effective policies, incentives and management systems that can balance between the protection of public health and economic well-being.

Malevolent Managers

Managerial Fraud: Executive Impression Management, Beyond Red Flags. Farnham, Gower. 4 Read, L. (2013). 'BBC criticised over workplace bullying after death of Russell Joslin'. Coventry Telegraph. Coventry, Trinity Mirror Midlands.

Author: Terry A. Sheridan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134805233

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 220

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Dr Terry A. Sheridan employs a new and unique theoretical perspective to examine how malevolent, tyrannical and mediocre managers commonly use violence in the workplace, not necessarily physical violence, but bullying, overt and covert emotional abuse - all forms of negative behaviour that are damaging to individuals and organisations. The theoretical basis for the author’s analysis and prescriptions is the new perspective of Executive Impression Management, which stems from Dr Sheridan’s research into the differences between a number of types of executives from their co-workers’ point of view. That investigation developed indicators to identify different negative management types and also helped define what has been called respectful management - the sort exercised by those managers who are good stewards. What makes this book unusual is that it is derived from qualitative research and covers an area where hardly any scholarly work has been produced. The author argues that the research methodology employed has resulted in a better understanding of impression management than has hitherto been possible. It addresses the confusion that often abounds regarding who is a good or bad manager and the fact that we can identify bad management through measures of company or organisational performance, but not how and why it went wrong. It will assist the leadership of organisations to make the right decisions about recruitment and promotion and to identify and challenge poor performance effectively.

Handbook of Research on Organizational Culture and Diversity in the Modern Workforce

Managerial fraud: Executive impression management, beyond red flags. Farnham, UK: Routledge. Sherman, A., Bohlander, G., & Snell, S. (1996). Managing human resources. South-Western College Publishing.

Author: Christiansen, Bryan

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 1522522514

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 506

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Optimal development of contemporary businesses is dependent on a number of factors. By creating novel frameworks for organizational behavior, effective competitive advantage can be achieved. The Handbook of Research on Organizational Culture and Diversity in the Modern Workforce is a comprehensive reference source for the latest scholarly content on components and impacts on effecting culturally diverse workplace environments. Highlighting a range of pertinent topics such as emotional intelligence, human resources, and work-life balance, this publication is ideally designed for managers, professionals, researchers, students, and academics interested in emerging perspectives on organizational development.

The Changing Face of Compliance

Managing Regulatory Risk Ms Sharon Ward ... Ivantsov 9781409460732 (hardback) 9781409460749 (e-book – PDF) 9781409460756 (e-book – ePUB) Managerial Fraud Executive Impression Management, Beyond Red Flags Terry A. Sheridan 9781472413383 ...

Author: Ms Sharon Ward

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 140945570X

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 302

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In The Changing Face of Compliance, Sharon Ward explores the relationship between regulation and compliance, offers insight into the effectiveness of current functions and determines the key influences on regulation and compliance. The text is a mix of hands-on advice, examples and research drawn from interviews with compliance officers across a wide range of jurisdictions and sectors. This is a thoughtful and timely book, whether you are concerned about the growing and changing implications of regulatory risk; the benefit of leveraging additional value from your compliance function; or ways of transforming and sustaining the function to ensure its continued relevance to the business.

Sociology of Deviant Behavior

“An Advisor (Mine) is Charged with Fraud.” The New York Times, June 11: p. B9. ... Managerial Fraud: Executive Impression Management, Beyond Red Flags. Burlington, VT: Ashgate. Shover, Neal, and Kevin M. Bryant. 1993.

Author: Marshall B. Clinard

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1305537343

Category: Social Science

Page: 624

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SOCIOLOGY OF DEVIANT BEHAVIOR has been the market-leading deviance/criminology textbook for more than 40 years by combining timely research findings and updated data with solid sociological analysis. Designed to appeal to today's students, the fifteenth edition examines such relevant and timely topics as justified deviance (e.g., terrorism); corporate crime and mistakes, such as the General Motors ignition problem; the changing moral landscape regarding gay marriage and marijuana use; the importance of social media in facilitating deviant acts; political crime, including electoral crime; and cultural and social reactions to deviance. Learning aids-such as chapter outlines, bolded key terms, discussion questions, and a glossary-support students' study and review. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Superstition

The book is a delight."--Val Fitch, Princeton University, 1980 Nobel laureate in physics "Opinionated and well-informed, this is a lucid promotion of rationality in a world of rising superstition.

Author: Robert L. Park

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780691133553

Category: Medical

Page: 215

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The bestselling author of "Voodoo Science" argues that superstition has become pervasive in contemporary culture. He examines recent controversies--from supernatural beliefs to faith-based medical claims--and concludes that science is the only way to understand the world.