A Framework of Actionable Data

Placing corruption, everyday ethics and moral norms within a framework of Positive Social Identity enables a series of cross-situational indicators to be identified.
These indicators combine to not only highlight specific outcomes, but also the relationship between the indicators themselves. Our indicators are classified as:

Traits: What do our members bring through the door when they join?

Cues: What are the ethical conditions experienced by members on a day to day basis that will affect what sort moral norms of pro-sociality will be adopted as 'optimal' by members. Many of these cues dispose members to see their best behavioural option long before they reflect on more abstract evaluations and behaviour.

Behavioural Expectations: What expectations do members have in the interactions with colleagues and particularly leaders. These expectations, that include incentives and punishments, complement the cues in framing choice and behaviour.

Stand-Out events: The sorts of events are sticking in the mind. The types of behaviour that result from these events tell us a great deal about how tied individuals are to the organisation, it's ethical and moral norms.

Behavioural Intentions: The types of behavioural strategy that will enhance the individual's personal positivity in the future.

Attitudes: The values an individual assigns to their experience as a member of the organisation. To what extent does the member feel that seeing optimal behaviour in terms of group norms or formal articulations, be they ethics charters or disciplinary codes. These attitudes will capture not only the positivity of the individual's social identity, but a relationship to the previous attributes of an organisational situation.