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How a Culture of Silence Eats Away at Your Company

What to do instead of complaining or getting angry.


"Speaking up about line cutting may seem frivolous — but in many other cases, giving voice to concerns saves lives. Consider our study in healthcare where we found that 90% of nurses don’t speak up to a physician even when they know a patient’s safety is at risk. We’ve also studied workplace safety. We found that 93% of people say their organization is at risk of an accident waiting to happen because people are either unwilling or unable to speak up."

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Are You Prepared? Record Number Of Cyber Attacks Target Small Business

Are You Prepared? Record Number Of Cyber Attacks Target Small Business | School Leadership, Leadership, in General, Tools and Resources, Advice and humor | Scoop.it
There are 5 simple things every business can do to reduce cyber security risk. "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day.
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Avoiding blind spots in your next joint venture | McKinsey & Company

Avoiding blind spots in your next joint venture | McKinsey & Company | School Leadership, Leadership, in General, Tools and Resources, Advice and humor | Scoop.it

Even joint ventures developed using familiar best practices can fail without cross-process discipline in planning and implementation. A McKinsey & Company article. many JVs struggle with insufficient planning to respond to eventual changes in risk. Such lapses, even in the early stages of planning, create blind spots that affect subsequent stages and eventually hinder implementation and ongoing operations. We’ll examine each of these issues, along with the approaches some companies are taking to deal with them.


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