Maria Triana, Associate Professor of Management and Human Resources at the Wisconsin School of Business
Maria Triana, associate professor of management and human resources at the Wisconsin School of Business, offered advice on how to address suspected corruption at work in a recent BBC Capital Work Ethic column.
The column titled “When it Pays to Stay Quiet” describes a scenario in which a worker suspects colleagues of providing vendors with inside information to help the vendors get company contracts after their initial bids failed. “Your obligation is to learn more before jumping to conclusions,” Triana says.
Read all of Associate Professor Triana’s advice on the BBC Capital website.