Jeffrey Pfeffer: „Why powerful people are rarely punished appropriately“

Interesting arcticle by Jeffrey Pfeffer: „Why powerful people are rarely punished appropriately.“

„Powerful executives and public figures often face surprisingly few consequences from actions that can cost companies billions of dollars and thousands of employees their jobs. One study of directors found that people who had served on the boards of banks that required government assistance during the financial crisis confronted turnover imperceptibly higher than peers who had served on banks that had weathered the financial storm in better shape.“ (Source: http://jeffreypfeffer.com/2015/02/powerful-people-rarely-punished-appropriately/)

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