March 31, 2020 | Susan Napier-Sewell

Normalization of Deviation: Can One Bad Apple Spoil the Whole Bunch? Join Mark Paradies & Benna Hughes for a TapRooT® TV Video Premiere

Normalization of Deviation: Can One Bad Apple Spoil the Whole Bunch?

Join Mark Paradies & Benna Hughes for a TapRooT® TV Video Premiere

Join TapRooT® TV for Mark Paradies and Benna Hughes’ robust discussion, “Normalization of Deviation: Can One Bad Apple Spoil the Whole Bunch?” 

Mark observes, “I read an interesting article in the Harvard Business Review titled ‘How One Bad Employee Can Corrupt a Whole Team,’ It was research on how one dishonest financial advisor can corrupt his or her peers. The conclusion? One bad apple can spoil the whole bunch. This made me think about Normalization of Deviation and my experience in the Nuclear Navy.” Either before or after watching the video or listening to the podcast, learn more by reading Mark’s article about the Normalization of Deviation. 

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