I would say that yes, Organizational Culture Impacts Ethical Decisions in Business. Two examples of this could be Politics and Sales (which could be considered very similar and related). The culture in both arenas is profoundly placed around pressure. So much so that unethical decisions are taken to reach a desired end. I see this in both areas; A Politician will be less than honest in order for you to vote for them or a Salesman will be less than honest to sell you a product. Both areas do not require unethical decisions to be made. However, what is the alternative to being honest in both scenarios? They might not get the bill passed or they might not get the sale to reach the quota. It all comes down to a simple question; what are you willing to sacrifice in keeping with ethical standards?