Authority, Responsibility and Accountability
Some principles for sound commercial, social and political functionality are vital. Among these are that every right implies a responsibility and every privilege a duty. Authority is an empowerment vested in, or earned by, someone which confers power. But, power demands accountability.
The principle of accountability is an intrinsic, inherent and quite necessary factor in all aspects of these processes, including the regulation, control and accountability of power, responsibility and authority.
Read the full Cincom Expert Access article “The Manifesto of Non-Accountability,” by Cincom Ceo Tom Nies.