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Snowden’s public resignation as a whistle blower: lessons for changing an organisation?
Recently, Edward Snowden publicly leaked National Security Agency (NSA) documents in a bid to alert the public to the surveillance state. He wanted to change America by igniting a debate over security and privacy. By disclosing documents publicly and speaking … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged current-events, edward snowden, Goldman Sachs, HBOS, National Security Agency, NSA, Sherron Watkins, Snowden, United States, Whistleblower 2 Comments
Thoughts on Managing America’s renewal: educating ourselves to live within our means.
The financial crisis has shown that the economic growth over the past 20 years in the United States has been based largely, but not exclusively, on personal and corporate debt. The debt dependency has weakened the fundamental financial systems within the … Continue reading
Posted in culture, innovation, leadership, management, path dependency, renewal Tagged Americans, Average Joe, Business, Credit, Federal Reserve System, Financial Services, Goldman Sachs, occupy-wall-street, politics, UBS, United States, Wall Street Comments Off on Thoughts on Managing America’s renewal: educating ourselves to live within our means.
Public resignations do these change a corporate culture?
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
Posted in change, change managment, culture, leadership, learning organisation, management Tagged DNA, Enron, Goldman Sachs, Greg Smith, HBOS, leadership, Organizational culture, Paul Moore, Whistleblower 5 Comments