Let’s quit the blame game

Lauren opinion

Zero tolerance to mistakes only leads to cover-ups and misconduct. If we hope to run our businesses ethically, we need to foster no-blame risk cultures. And listen out for alarm bells before the whistles even need to blow, writes our editor Lauren Gow

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