It’s easy to avoid conflict.
To turn a blind eye to lurking issues.
To a financial director that is ethically weak.
To a CEO that is a bully.
To a billing system that is jittery.
But these small problems compound over time.
The ethical boundary becomes fuzzy.
What is acceptable becomes blurred.
Before you know it you’re in trouble.
Tackle problems when they’re small.
Small problems left unattended become crises.