Now you see me, now you don’t: A move for translucency (Part 2)

As previously noted, a greater push for transparency helps a lot of people and organizations to do the right thing and progress in their industries. Although unfortunately, transparency isn’t always the best option. In 2004, a ...

Now you see me, now you don’t: Practicing good transparency (Part 1)

It’s not always easy to be an open book. However, history shows that dishonesty and secrecy usually ends up costing more when the public finds out later. Like an overripe piece of fruit, the longer a lie is kept the fouler it will taste when someone finally has to take a bite.

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