> > was: "fellow managers are guilty of corruption"...
> > The question I have is: are such issues (and there are others of a similar
> > gravity), which imo are career threatening to senior management and
> > potentially explosive to the entire organisation, suitable subjects for
> > learning via improving the quality of conversation amongst management?
If the assumption is true, corruption, if it continues, becomes a value of
the organization, ergo, one of its operating principles.
If the assumption if false, it needs to be weeded out. If its not, the
rumor mill, the thinking process that lead to it becomes a corporate value
and continues to the detriment of all.
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