I don’t normally post on Sundays, as The Journal isn’t published and I am left with the Houston Chronicle. But this is too important.
“Lying in the military common, study finds,” Houston Chronicle, February 22, 2015 A10. Officers “ethically numb” due to the other demands on their attention. And “the armed forces themselves may be inadvertently encouraging it.”
What does it say about culture when the prototypical command-and-control organization lies? Where else is the culture eroding? How can businesses succeed where the military is failing?