So the global corporate world has been infected by the "fear syndrome" or the "omission syndrome".
That means people in offices are afraid to question bad ideas or reasoning. Or they simply remain silent when they see bad stuff happening. Why?
Hierarchy, politics, plain lack of experience.
These all play an important role here and it surely isn't positive for a business environment or fair to the people who work hard to make things happen.
People are not clear about their goals and others are afraid to step up.
And most of the time they are right not to do so because those on the other side of the line won't take criticism.
Below I present 120+ pages of Principles.
Those lines were written by Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates.
Take some time and read them.
Hard-transparency helps wonders when both sides of the equation can work divergences out.
Bridgewater Associates- Ray Dalio and His Principles