New York Times (Sept. 20): “Opting to Blow the Whistle or Choosing to Walk Away"
Whistle-blowers have been big news lately — from Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Pfc. Bradley Manning, to Edward J. Snowden. While it’s important to expose unethical behavior, it’s also necessary to be very clear why you’re doing it — and how to do it right. Stuart Sidle, UNH Associate Provost and associate professor of industrial-organizational psychology says, “A good thing to ask yourself is, ‘Why am I doing this? Am I trying to help the company or just get someone in trouble?”