Outline: Case Study Bernie Madoff

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Management 3200 Bernie Madoff DETAILED Outline
Due at the Beginning of Your Regular Week 6 Lecture on September 24 or 26 (200 points) For the Bernie Madoff DETAILED Outline, you will need to identify the five tragic truisms that best explain how or why the Bernie Madoff scandal and fraud occurred. In particular, your goals are (a) to use five (5) tragic truisms to explain how or why the scandal occurred and (b) to provide the best-available evidence to prove the five (5) tragic truisms specifically apply to and explain this case. You must use at least one tragic truism about people, one about managers and managing, one about organizations, and one about oversight and accountability. The fifth truism may be from any category of your choice. Not all of the tragic truisms apply to this scandal. Thus, you will want to use the articles posted on Blackboard to determine which truisms best explain how/why the scandal happened. In other words, use direct quotes and paraphrases from the articles to prove which five (5) tragic truisms best explain this case. Use at least 10 of the 19 articles posted on Blackboard to support your analysis. You are welcome to use additional articles as long as you cite them appropriately in text and on the Works Cited page. Deductions

Late penalty of 15 percent/30 points per calendar day. Printed copy is due at the BEGINNING of the Week 6 lecture, which is when the late-penalty clock begins. Failure to include a cover page with your name, your TA’s name, and your section (up to 6-point deduction). Failure to include one Tragic Truism from each of the four categories (up to 10-point deduction). Failure to use distinct truisms and evidence; failure to minimize repetition of information and/or overuse of articles (up to 30-point deduction). Failure to include a correctly formatted MLA Works Cited page that lists all sources used (up to 15-point deduction). Failure to effectively use at least 10 sources (up to 30-point...
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