“Once the Honors fiasco came to light after the Virginian-Pilot newspaper published edited versions of his lewd videos on its website last Saturday, the Navy’s response was fairly swift—and sent a strong message. Within three days, he was relieved of his duties.”
Our local paper reported that higher ups in the Navy had known about the videos for several years and only responded when the Virginia-Pilot made them public on the Internet. It made me wonder whether the repeal of DADT had anything to do with this.
“What Lessons on Corporate Culture Can You Learn From the Navy Video Scandal?”
Duh. First lesson might be “If you’re some kind of leadership/managerial, don’t record your weak ripoff of Lisa Lampanelli/Kathy Griffin on company time, using company equipment, and don’t broadcast it to the company???
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