Ethics, lessons and compliance

Here are some of the observations and insights that were shared via Twitter this past week.

@DalaiLama – “We need an approach to ethics which makes no recourse to religion and can be equally acceptable to those with faith and those without.”

@cgosimon – “‘Lessons Learned’ is a huge misnomer. It implies the lesson has been actually learnt rather than the problem documented.”

@JeremyScrivens – “So many of my HR colleagues are being forced to work in risk adverse cultures. Back end compliance has taken over from creativity.

@euan – “Head of internal communications too often means Head of meaning neutering!” Meaning Matters: We make the very documents that matter the most, less trustworthy by appearing to make them more objective.

How Not to Steal People’s Content on the Web – via @RobinGood

So to clear up any confusion and ensure you (and anyone you do business with) is following proper internet etiquette, this post will outline proper methods of source attribution on the internet to guarantee the right people get credit for their hard work and ideas. It’s just the polite way to do business on the internet!  

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