Clever managers can learn to shift blame to others, take credit for others’ work, and move on before “funny numbers” or other earnings management tricks come to light. 1 Again, we see that the manager is often an agent for himself or herself and will often act more in his or her self-interest than for the corporate interest.
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Accountability Is Often Weak