Management culture

A recent article in The New York Times reported that when the board of directors of Volkswagen found out about the company’s emissions cheating (software that limited pollution from diesel cars when the cars were tested, but not when they were driven), “the automaker’s chief executive, Martin Winterkorn … was pushed out five days after the use of the cheating device became public, though he insisted he had known nothing about it.” How about “… because he insisted he had known nothing about it”? Continue reading