In a recent piece published in the MIT Sloan Management Review, Novartis's Antoine Ferrère, Chris Rider, and Baiba Renerte, alongside Harvard Business School Professor and Starling Advisor Amy Edmondson, compared the perceptions of those who speak up about misconduct to those of “silent bystanders."
At the beginning of 2021, with the support of its CEO and Chief Ethics, Risk, and Compliance officer, Novartis launched an initiative to study psychological safety and ethical behavior. As a part of the initiative, a survey was completed by over 38,000 employees in multiple countries at various levels of the organization.
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