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3. Nagging unease aboutpractices?Low(managers areconfident that anyhidden practices wouldbe understood andaccepted by customers)1234567High(managers oftenwonder whethercustomers would accepttheir practices if theyonly knew about them)Are Critics Dismissed?It is imperative that those who raise warning flags about the playing field are heard. Forexample, how are pharmaceutical or medical device companies dealing with those who critique their liaisons withdoctors? Why is the medical device industry opposing a public registry of all devices put in patients so that a recallSelf-Inflicted Industry Wounds: Early Warning Signals and Pelican Gambits
1. How are industrycritics treated?
2. Are critics invited tospeak at meetings?Yes; several have beeninvited on industrypanels1234567Never; no critic hasever spoken at ournational convention orpublished in our trademagazines3. What happens towhistleblowers?
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