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Sherron Watkins and Whistle Blowing at Enron

Ozzie Mascarenhas SJ, Ph.D.
June 15, 2015
SKU:
BUS-003988
Region: 
Africa, Asia - Pacific, Europe, Latin & South America, North America
Topic: 
Strategy & General Management, Ethics & Social Justice, Human Resources & Organizational Behavior, Marketing & Sales, Operations
Length: 
5 pages
Keywords: 
telling the truth, resources, decisions, misfortune, Enron, Sherron, Watkins, Whistle Blowing, alternatives, Ozzie, Oswald, Masc, Ma, Mascarenhas
Student Price: 
Free
Cases in Corporate Ethics 2.3: Sherron Watkins, Vice president and CPA at Enron, found a massive accounting discrepancy at Enron in the year 2001. In the last few months, working again in Andy Fastow’ s Global Finance, she had run over 'the most exceedingly awful bookkeeping misrepresentation ever seen'. On the off chance that the full story ever got out, Sherron was persuaded it could rapidly prompt Enron's destruction.