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Posted September 30, 2010
Help us pick the "Responsibility Play of the Week" : an example of responsible or irresponsible behavior from any where in the world -- doesn't have to be business-related. This week's candidates:
Which one should be our "Play of the Week"?
Why does no one trust BP CEO Tony Hayward? No one trusts Tony Hayward because he and BP have not made -- never made -- the conscious decision to be responsible and every action they take continues to demonstrate their lack of responsibility. Take their continued reluctance to be transparent. They show zero interest in measuring or disclosing the true amount of oil coming out of that well. They release information on their repair operations on a "need to know basis."
No amount of "make good" -- in fact no amount of doing good -- can make up for a fundamental lack of character. BE transparent Tony. BE Accountable Tony. BE Responsible Tony. Then you can try to earn back our trust.
Posted: May 19, 2010
Should Tim Probert, President of Halliburton's Global Business Lines and the company's senior Environment, Health, & Safety Officer, be held criminally liable for the company's role in the BP Oil Spill? Should BP's Corporate Responsibility officials? Transocean's?