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Cultural Meltdown: When Values Don’t Match Workers’ Day-to-Day Reality

Cultural Meltdown: When Values Don’t Match Workers’ Day-to-Day Reality

A complete disconnect on values

The problem was that bank employees were pushed to sell products and services to customers whether they wanted them or not, in violation of the company’s stated values, and often this meant opening up accounts and issuing credit cards without customers knowing about it.

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Sun-Board Technology Logo

A logo showing a sun rising behind a circuit board. Submitted to StockLogos.com.


Warhammer modular board 3x3 (part 1)

During STGCC 2016, the kids fell in love with Warhammer. They had a workshop where you could learn how to paint a figurine (I think they went there 3 times) and, by the end of the Con, we had spend a hefty amount on 3 armies, paints and related accessories… 954 more words


Why Board Games are Still Good

My kids and I play board or card games regu!arly still. There are many reasons we do. The first is that it is one big of time without tech where we look at each other (it is good to know what we look like in case we have to give descriptions) and talk out loud. 208 more words


Liú Lúnasa

Liú Lúnasa is an Irish language festival, held this year on 24-28 August. The mural above shows rocks taken from the wall separating Palestine and Israel being used to build a gaelscoil (an Irish-language school). 37 more words


Good time to review S'pore's Code of Corporate Governance: MAS

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Ong Chong Tee, deputy managing director of financial supervision at the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) made the point on Monday at the opening of the Securities Investors Association Singapore (SIAS) Corporate Governance Week, which is into its seventh year. 829 more words

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Wells Fargo has some explaining to do

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Wells Fargo has a lot of explaining to do.

The bank, once the largest bank in the US by market cap, and its CEO John Stumpf have been… 398 more words

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