Risk perspectives - No longer whistling in the dark

Time magazine recently named three 'whistleblowers' as its People ofthe Year.

It was a surprising act of recognition, because in today's societywhistleblowing - going public about an employer's failings - is stillderided as 'telling tales out of school'. It shouldn't be.

The fact is that society needs to change its perception and adopt abusiness culture that effectively negates the need for whistleblowing aswe know it today. Let me explain.

Nowadays, an individual's decision to 'blow the whistle'

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