Wells Fargo Case Prompts Questions of Corporate Ethics Reform: LRN’s Dov Seidman on NPR


Last week, Senator Elizabeth Warren had some suggestions for John Stumpf, CEO of Wells Fargo, during his appearance before a Senate Banking Committee hearing to answer questions about fake accounts created by more than 5,000 of his employees. Scott Simon of NPR’s WNYC Radio followed up with LRN Dov Seidman, who weighed in on corporate ethics reform in light of the Wells Fargo case. “Apologies that really matter are ones that are followed with a commitment to making amends and architecting and inspiring systems of culture, of leadership, that allow the institution to not just heal but find new ways to thrive,” said Seidman. See more interview excerpts here.