Greg Smith, the former executive director of Goldman, quits his job publicly. The story immediately becomes viral. This leads to two important questions for social business enthusiasts: (1) Why the seemingly ordinary story of Greg Smith can go viral? What's the secret sauce of viral story?; (2) What should be the platform for real conversations between management and rank-and-file staff?
When an executive at Goldman Sachs resigned yesterday, he did so in a public and high-profile way that most poor working schlubs could only dream of. Greg Smith wrote a much-shared op-ed in The New York Times explaining his decision... Read Post
Often-loathed investment bank Goldman Sachs is once again facing "devastating" criticism, this time from one of the firm's own executives, Greg Smith, who publicly quit his job Wednesday — via a New York Times column in which he bra... Read Post
Well this seems sure to be the buzzy Wall Street story of the day. Greg Smith, a Goldman Sachs executive director and head of the firm’s United States equity derivatives business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, has announced ... Read Post