Provides a review of published data from the 1976 cheating scandal at West Point. Written from the perspective of the academy superintendent, it raises questions of ethics, organizational change and planning of measures in view of the conflicting interests of the parties.

Provides a review of published data from the 1976 cheating scandal at West Point. Written from the perspective of the academy superintendent, it raises questions of ethics, organizational change and planning of measures in view of the conflicting interests of the parties.
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Leonard A. Schlesinger,
Lou Zambello
Source: Harvard Business School
31 pages.
Release date: 01 June, 1981. Prod #: 481117-PDF-ENG
West Point: The Cheating Incident (A) HBR case solution

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