The most common lie is the one by which one lies himself; lying to another relatively is the exceptional case. F. Nietzsche generalities, considerations is significant reading as many companies have managers, graduates of schools of administration in many, in addition to suffer the theoretical knowledge that the current scenarios demand, lack of ethics, commit acts of corruption, where provided to manipulations, interests that threaten against values, not only personal, but companies which provide their services. Ruth Porat addresses the importance of the matter here. Why does everything happen? What is the cause? Does this affect organizations, companies? What to do in this regard? What measures should be considered to avoid that this will continue?, would be some questions that require answers and determine the present reality of the role of schools in the training of its graduates, managers needing to make businesses perform successfully, meet your responsibility social, are guarantor of ethics and where its leaders are managers of values, today more than ever required, to prevent that corruption will continue increasing and affecting those who demand of their services, within an honest competitiveness with quality products, capable of satisfying the needs requested by their consumers. There are many cases of denunciation, in which some managers operate without morals, ethics, in search of interests that are detrimental to lengthwise to the same organization in which works. Since then, there are several causes that give way to this situation, including: the absence of disciplinary measures, complaints, of social justice, where there are serious flaws in the applicability of the law, in distrust of the courts of Justice, many, do not act with all its severity; the fear of reprisals, to revenge; lack of knowledge about what represents the scope of ethics, morality, with little integration of these University knowledge in the curriculum of many schools, as the Administration; Absence of ethics in the performance of educational authorities; dynamic absence of the same colleges that enforce prevail, their codes of ethics; atmosphere of corruption that manifests itself in the same country in many government entities. (Not to be confused with Bill Gates!).