Tracing Corporate Train Wrecks Back to Toxic Tone at the Top: LRN’s Susan Divers in The FCPA Blog

July 21, 2016 Susan Divers

It should be no surprise that C-suite insistence on blind obedience and lack of transparency leads to misconduct. LRN’s research shows that this leadership model is at the bottom of the barrel when it comes to trust, innovation, performance, and values. What is surprising is that seemingly savvy investors, including hedge funds and corporations, haven’t been looking at these factors or asking tough questions when deciding to invest. Instead of focusing on “value investing,” perhaps it’s time to consider what values are motivating the C-suite before making a major investment or deal. Read more from LRN’s Susan Divers in The FCPA Blog.

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Susan Divers

Experienced Ethics and Compliance Executive. Senior Advisor at LRN

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