Article by Lt. Col. Karri Roman, published in the Scott Airforce Base website
Why didn’t officers Thao, Keung, and Lanethey act while George Floyd desperately pleaded to breathe and live?
I am doing my best to teach my children to make the right choices in life but it is very...
Keynote on intelligent disobedience applied to child development and safety
Keynote address tailored to occupational safety officers
Mature authority figures recognize that having people around them capable of and willing to use Intelligent Disobedience is in their self-interest, as well as in the group’s interest.
Workshops on Courageous Followership for mid- and senior-level EU officials
I was invited to conduct workshops on my recent book, Intelligent Disobedience, as it applies to the need for candid input from every team member to ensure mission success.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab announced today the winner of its Disobedience Award.
What exactly is Intelligent Disobedience? I had the same question when I first heard the term. These are two words that don’t usually fit together.
Paper presented in collaboration with Ted Thomas to The Arthur D. Simons Center for Interagency Cooperation
In the winter solstice that we now enter in the Northern hemisphere, each culture has evolved its rituals and celebrations...
No election outcome frees us from the responsibility to remain vigilant that the powers of the elected office are not misused.
A call to challenge complacency stir your thinking and prepare to respond principledly to the world around you.
I read with interest in today’s Washington Post about the famous Parisian bookstore, Shakespeare and Company, a magnet for great American authors of the 20th century.
A cautionary tale regarding conforming to and obeying a culture of intense pressure to meet inflated sales targets.
On 9/11 2016 let’s remember the lesson in Intelligent Disobedience from 9/11/2001 that saved 2700 lives
Excerpt from the bookIntelligent Disobedience: Doing Right When What You´re Told to Do Is Wrongby Ira Chaleff, Chapter Eleven, p.159-161....
How do entrepreneurs overcome the vulnerabilities associated with their entrepreneurial status?
New Orleans Program Teaches Officers to Police One Another by Campbell Robertson, The New York Times
Training program developed by the New Orleans Police Department.
To protect the reputation of your agency and its leaders you need to know when and how to disobey.
Injustice and oppression are worth standing up to even if you are alone. It is quite possible that others will join.
To protect themselves and their owner, guide dogs are trained to be ‘intelligently disobedient’. Entrepreneurs should learn the same skill.