For those who have been following the USS Theodore Roosevelt saga for the past several months, they’ll know it as a soap opera full of COVID-19, presidential politics, media fascination and intrigue on the high seas.

But it’s also a terrific teaching moment for general counsel, compliance officers and their governing boards on how best to maintain a culture of transparency and openness within the workforce—not just for compliance purposes, but for challenges of all kinds. For what works for the Navy doesn’t always work for the private sector.

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