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Tag Archives: Whistleblower
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
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