Why organisations need to have ethics disaster management plans
30 October 2017 - Prof Leon van Vuuren
It should have already dawned on every person who keeps abreast of the news that no organisation is immune to ethical failures. And yet, recent examples from the likes of McKinsey, KPMG, Eskom and others seem to imply that it still comes as a big shock when crises arise, and the ensuing scramble only serves to make things worse.We live in a time where institutional trust is at historic lows, and nothing spreads as fast as bad news. So, why aren’t organisations better prepared?