Regulating Larger Organisations

It is very difficult to regulate the behaviour of larger organisations.  Their boards profess - and often believe - that they are excellent corporate citizens - even if Google no longer tells its employees to 'Do No Evil!'.  But they inevitably almost always act in their own self-interest, whilst their Boards may be totally unaware of the risks being run by junior employees and/or distant parts of the organisation. 

What went wrong before ....

... the Financial Crisis & Other Catastrophes, and

the Grenfell Tower tragedy

Organisational Behaviour

Regulating Larger Organisations - their Culture & Psychology

Why do we so often fail to learn from previous tragedies.?

What could we do to Improve the Effectivness of Regulation?

 

 

Martin Stanley

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