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The shocking report by Special Investigator and former FBI Director Louis Freeh on the conduct of Penn State University officials during the buildup to the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal demonstrates how a slow, hidebound institutional culture and chain of command can exacerbate a crisis to disastrous proportions. Read more
There’s a new study in the Harvard Business Review of 16 characteristics of leadership in which female leaders outpace their male counterparts.
Based on experience with hundreds of companies and organizations the categories that don’t surprise me are building relationships and developing others. Read more
You have to say “I’m Sorry” more than once
The latest TSA story igniting the social space…a nursing mom was forced to use her breast pump in a public restroom in order to get though airport security. According to news reports, the TSA official wasn’t convinced that the 38-year-old school vice principal with her nine month old daughter in tow was carrying a real breast pump. “It really confuses me as to how an empty breast pump and cooler pack are a threat to national security and 20 minutes later, with milk, they no longer pose a threat to national security,” the outraged mom said. Read more
Hard to find the old fashioned police blotter items in your local newspaper these days. They’ve gone the way of the Private Eye’s fedora. Jim Romanesko, news media watchdog, says that there are so few beat reporters left, there’s no one left to go down to the roundhouse any more to pick up the noteworthy cop beat tidbits. Read more