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Featured on the Pharma Marketing Network: “Getting Creative with Sustainability – How Pharma Engages”

Rob Ogle was featured in Sunny White’s article when talking about how company policy and governance can engage employees. “Company policies, like the code of ethical conduct, are examples of governance that typically stem from the corporate level. Involving employees by inviting their input can increase their sense of ownership and accountability. All the more …

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Thoughts on Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller

On 26 August 2021, Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller of the United States MarineCorps posted a video in which he shared his disdain for the nation’s elected executive branch ofgovernment and his military leadership by voicing his “growing discontent and contempt” and“ineptitude at the foreign policy level” of the handling of the Afghanistan debacle. Since theposting …

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Theranos Trial Reveals the Burden of Deception

Elizabeth Holmes—founder of the defunct blood-testing company Theranos—is in the midst of her long-anticipated trial (https://www.bbc.com/news/business-58494912) for defrauding customers and investors. After raising nearly $1 Billion in venture capital, landing big customers like Walgreens, and assembling a board of powerful people like Henry Kissinger and Gen. James Mattis, the company fell to pieces in 2016 …

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