Darwin: Dirty Laundry on theDarwin: Dirty Laundry on the Web
So here's how it works. A company opens a forum. People post messages of every sort, from the supportive to the stupid to the righteously indignant. Employees respond in their own voices. Readers of the forum see in the answers not just words but a real sense that the employees care and that the company is confident enough in what it stands for to allow employees to say what they want. As a result, the company's social commitment avoids sounding like every other company's trendy mouthings. Shell's lack of control over the forum is precisely equivalent to the depth of its real commitment. It's that simple.
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