Buck et al. (2001) in his work attempts to present three elements when it comes to promoting ethical decision making irrespective of cultural influnces. Now this work is presented for educational background but is equally applicable in organizations and institutuions standard protocol. Firstly, the advisors or managers must ensure that they do not pick the two extremes of being neutral or being prescriptive. Being neutral is that standpoint where the person operate in a neutral model where they are reluctant to enforce rules on student (Buck et al, 2001). In this context of discussion, employees of an organization considered analogous to the students that Buck et al (2001) refers to, might be free to do whatever they want. Very minimal guidance is given to them and they are expected to catch on to the expected ethical standards irrespective of their cultural standpoints. On the other hand in the case of an advisor or manager who is overtly prescriptive, there could be a tendency to use authority in order to make opinions, judegements and recommednations. This is again a managerial flaw as people working in such organizations believe their viewpoint is not being respected. In very culturally sensitive situations the employees even believe that their organization is not being culturally accommodative. It is necessary for managers to work in a balanced way between neutral and prescriptive. This balanced style of working will ensure that the person in question is able to work on a successful team. The managers can be more encouraging when they understand cultural implications on ethical decision making. However, in this case it can be said that a balance between encouraging behavior and discouraging behavior would be appropriate. Finally as Buck et al. (2001) presents there is a division between judgemental behavior and non-judegemental behavior. This would also need to be critically understood based on context.