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Professor Irving Schenkler discusses Wells Fargo's company culture in the wake of its fraudulent accounts scandal

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Excerpt from The Washington Post -- "Irving Schenkler, a professor of management communication at New York University, said that if the finger is pointed too sharply at lower-level workers, it 'could cause unintended consequences or backlash,' sparking disgruntled employees to come forward or current workers to lose trust in leadership. 'It could breed cynicism,' he said."

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