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Bausch & Lomb, the chapter-opening case, managers who were driven to accomplish revenue

Bausch & Lomb, the chapter-opening case, managers who were driven to accomplish revenue objectives secretly moved inventory into storage and counted it as sales. This was


(A) Standard operating procedure.


(B) The result of a flawed system of strategic controls that failed to define the boundaries of acceptable behavior.


(C) A good way to meet revenue goals given B & L's strong emphasis on "moving inventory."


(D) A good way to ensure strong, positive culture.

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