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 transparency? What are its very real risks? And why is it essential that leaders understand it? In this audiobook, the distinguished authors explore what it means to be a transparent leader, create a transparent organization, and live in an ever more transparent world culture.
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