Tag Archives: transparency

Video: Transparency by Warren Bennis, Daniel Goleman, James O’Toole

TRANSPARENCY: HOW LEADERS CREATE A CULTURE OF CANDOR argues that, while many organizations give lip service to the idea of transparency, true openness and candor is rare.


LISTENING TO THE FUTURE: Why It’s Everybody’s Business

December 18, 2008 – Every organization wants to know what is coming next. Powerful dynamics are at work throughout the world and understanding the trends, emergent technologies, and uncertainties is critical when planning the way forward. It is especially important as we navigate through the current economic crisis facing individuals, companies, even governments. New from […]

Podcast: Warren Bennis, author of TRANSPARENCY, discusses how social networking forces executives to practice transparency in their organizations

EnterpriseLeadership.org interviews Warren Bennis, author of Transparency: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor, about the increasing importance of transparency and trust within organizations during the age of social media.

TRANSPARENCY: How Leaders Create a Culture of Candor

In a time when the reputation of an organization or a leader can be shattered by the click of a mouse, transparency is often a matter of survival in a world of global competition. But as stakeholders in different organizations increasingly clamor for transparency, what are they truly asking for? What is the promise of […]