In 1992, David Gunn and William Bratton put the Broken Window Theory into practice in New York City in an effort to reduce the crime rate in the metropolis. It is a theory which justifies that the reason behind crimes is not because of bad people, but bad culture.
What has this theory got to do with the workplace?
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