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You chafe under an organisational hierarchy seemingly focused on the wrong goals, or behaviour, or even potentially criminal activity, and you dream that you can change it through a bold personal act. For some, it will be a report to … Continue reading
Why do companies obey the law? Compliance in a self-regulated business is habit that needs to be nurtured.
One of the challenges faced by businesses is how sustain compliance with corporate governance rules. The recent corporate scandals such as Enron, WorldCom and others shows what happens when the internal corporate culture diverges from corporate governance. The challenge is … Continue reading
The difference between a political crisis and a business crisis, from a media response perspective might be small, but it is important. The structure to a political crisis has a different focus and context. Politics is structured around wrestling in … Continue reading
An ancient phrase says that a fish rots from the head down. The phrase is known in China as well as Europe in the middle ages. http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/fish-rot-from-the-head-down.html What is interesting about the consistency between the meanings for the phrase is … Continue reading