Accountable Strategies blog

A blog about accountability issues in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors

About

This blogsite reports on new papers, events, and topics of interest in the field of governmental, corporate, and nonprofit accountability.  It’s associated with Accountable Strategies Consulting, LLC, which can be found at www.accountablestrategies.com.

The blog is dedicated to the restoration of honesty, integrity, and ethics in the governmental, business, and nonprofit sectors.  We do live in an age in which public confidence in our institutions and leaders appears to have reached an all-time low and yet still seems capable of continuing to drop.

It seems to me that any attempt to deal with those issues has to take into account all three of the basic sectors of society–government, business, and nonprofit–and the relationship of each to the citizenry.  Individual entries may concentrate on one or more sectors at a time, but I hope to continue to write about articles, events, and issues involving all three.

Your comments and contributed essays would be appreciated.  You can contribute entries in the “reply” space below, and all acceptable contributions will be published with whatever username or byline you’d like to use.  I’ll periodically post synopses of the best comments and contributions (provided I get a few).

I’m not looking for essays that wade directly into politics, but more general discussions about how to restore honesty and integrity to any or all of these three sectors of society.

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