Re-wiring what it means to be an ethical business leader and some of the trends bringing about this change.
Tag: Johnson and Johnson
How many law suits is too many? Most (90%) US corporations juggle multiple ones at the same time. These law suits keep legions of lawyers gainfully employed. They can also be highly damaging for those on the receiving end. For instance, even when frivolous they can still undermine a […]
Most companies claim to have important values. In the best ones these drive the organisation, guiding both direction and culture. Yet as Enron demonstrated, boasting about values is easy. Making them come alive, and sustaining them is far harder. One leading global communication company for example, call its values “Guiding […]
Does reputation really matter? Is this a will o’ the wisp? Quite simply, is reputation so intangible as to be irrelevant? These are no idle questions, as we watch the shredding of the reputations of such diverse organisations as the Bank of England, the BBC, most banks, the Catholic Church, […]