Stories of corporate culture gone off the rails have become a regular feature in the headlines.
From rampant sexism and bullying, falsifying of critical safety records, to underhand tactics against competitors and outright fraud, breakdowns in standards of governance inevitably lead to demands for strong action to be taken.
But while companies, governments and regulators may feel tempted to take decisive action(s) to appease public anger, what are the most effective ways to bring corporate culture back on track?
1. A NEW BROOM IS NOT ALWAYS THE ANSWER
When the rot sets in, it is tempting to demand change at the top.