CEO of Mozilla
The Wikileaks story is provocative because it suggests a world of radical transparency. If transparency is defined as access to information, and clarity as understanding information, how should businesses, schools and governments address this issue going forward?
Do you think it is more important for leadership to value transparency or clarity?
CEO, Mozilla Messaging
David gave the final word
Maybe the role of the leader in a transparent organization is to provide the framing, context, and culture which lets clarity emerge out of the data, and to provide a measured counter to the (sometimes simplistic) calls for radical transparency.
Monday, August 9 at 2:10pm
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