Plan your evolution

Planning for Transparency

Note: This is part two in a three-part series about improving transparency. Upon arrival, security issues you a plastic card with your photo and a bar code. You enter through the main double doors and wait for the click of the door so you can enter. After about an hour, you decide it is time […]

  • Megan Wilmoth,
  • February 17, 2016

The murky world of transparency

Note: This is the first in a three-part series on improving transparency. Access to the workplace budget can make people feel like they are in the know or out of the loop. But depending on the situation, those classifications may not apply. For example, I used to send my proposed budget to stakeholders to make […]

  • Megan Wilmoth,
  • February 1, 2016