USUAL DOUBLE STANDARDS
Is anyone ever surprised at the double standards of the ACCA?
ACCA's executive director, has been sending out unsolicited e-mails to ACCA
members, inviting them to complete a web-based questionnaire. The questionnaire
contains loaded questions (
) designed to show officialdom in good light. There are no questions about
the quality of ACCA management, poor leadership, waste of resources, the
mushrooming of myriad directors or anything else. There is no independent
receipt or analysis of the questionnaire. The foregone conclusion is that
the controllers would show themselves in the best possible light. Is this
cynical impression management exercise worth spending any time on?
The ACCA exercise also reveals the nastier side of its controllers.
Previously, Prem Sikka included the AABA website address and his e-mail address
in a council election statement.
The ACCA's controllers cynically and unilaterally removed this - kind of
censorship learnt at the School of Stalinist Censorship. But now ACCA's controllers
are sending out unsolicited e-mails to members. There is no shame or reflections
on the double standards.