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Lessons from the Mafia, cover-ups, refugees

01 Jul 2020
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Lessons from the Mafia on Ambiguity

Despite being a violent criminal network, how the Mafia uses ambiguity to gain and maintain the upper hand with outsiders can be an effective strategy that law-abiding organizations should consider emulating.

When refugees fleeing war, disasters, or persecution arrive in new countries, they are almost always seen as a problem. But businesses can benefit by viewing them as a skilled labor pool.

When cover-ups come to light, reputations can be tarnished and finances drained. But why do some individuals get punished severely for their misdeeds, while others get off lightly?

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