Wednesday, August 17, 2016

'COMMUNITY VALUES AND ETHICS IDENTIFIED AS AN IMPEDIMENT TO 'GOOD MANAGEMENT' AT CIT'

parliament.act.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/821348/Sub-16-for-website-revised-version.pdf

SOME HIGHLIGHTS ...

"The laws and policies of this land are subtended by commonly held morals, ethics and by common decency and these are reflected in the Enterprise Agreements and PSMA. In conversations with graduants of the CIT management training programs in operation since 2009 it became clear that the management decision making process was based on quite different foundations. It was explained to me by a number of graduants that the sole criterion used to detemine if a management decision was correct was the ability of the manager to deny, deflect or blame another person should the decision become scrutinised by an outside agency. 
 
Apparently, community values and ethics were identified as an impediment to 'good management' at CIT.
 
In short, CIT management consistently fails to treat teaching staff with common decency and apparently demonstrates scant regard for the PSMA and EA in some instances. The various interventions by the CPA have apparently failed to call CIT management to account for (no apparent consequences) and to significantly change this culture while the various Ministers for Education have repeatedly ignored requests for intervention in favour of complainants,
thereby abetting such management behaviours".
 
Take note Andrew Barr, Katie Gallagher, Andrew Kefford ...we said your corrupt 'investigation' stunk and it still stinks.

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