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Culture is Free: Banking and Culture Change

Why spend all this time finding and fixing and fighting when you could prevent the incident in the first place?  ~Philip Crosby In 1979, Philip Crosby, the former Quality Director at Martin Aerospace and ITT Corporation, published his first business book, … Continue reading

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The Blind Leading the Blind: Conduct Risk in Financial Services

The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.  ~Helen Keller My first historical novel (Almost Perfect) I wrote while living in a stone Chateau in the South of France in the middle of Cathar Country. … Continue reading

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Corporate Culture, Professionalism and the Conundrum of Subcultures

Conundrum:  (noun) a confusing or difficult problem or question. In my last blog post, The Illusion of Corporate Culture, Part 2, I focused on why I believe there is no one single corporate culture in an organization, but instead culture … Continue reading

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Banking and Death by a “Thousand Cuts”

It is far easier to destroy a good brand than to build a good brand! Brand reputation can add, or subtract, significantly to share price.  Consider the brand power of Apple as depicted in this simple graph on global PC … Continue reading

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