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Accountability is a word you don’t hear much in the business world because no one likes to take the blame when things go wrong. Yet it’s one of the most crucial elements in developing a smoothly running and effective company. In this podcast, Thomas Cox from explains the many facets of accountability, why it’s so important that businesses take it seriously, how and why mistakes happen, and how to fix them with accountability programs and strategies that work, regardless of the industry. If you want to communicate better in all areas of your company (and maybe add to your bottom line through enhanced performance), this podcast should not be missed!

Listen to “Why Accountability is Key for Business Success” on Spreaker.

All you have to do is check the many online investment portals highlighting Reg.A, 506c, syndication projects, etc. to understand that there are many companies who have entered the realm of crowdfunding to raise the capital they need for a variety of purposes. They all have offering documents, disclosures, financials, projections, and just about all the information an investor needs to know to make a prudent investment decision. Except for one thing: they never mention anything about how they view “accountability”.

Yet, as systems integrator Mr. Cox mentions numerous times on the podcast, it’s one of the biggest indicators of company success and/or failure. If you want to become the best boss you can be, this podcast contains all the tools, skills, knowledge and habits you’ll need to know about how to effectively implement an accountability program, which in turn, may make your company that much more attractive to potential investors for crowdfunding purposes.


For starters, learn the hidden structures of accountability downloading the Accountabilty Loop Infograph, then contact Thomas by email at or visit his website at for more information. Investors/Business Owners: insist on accountability! Can we count on you for that? Get started TODAY!!!!


Thomas CoxThomas Cox is Director of Becoming a Best Boss Training and Coaching. He has spent over three years working on issues of blockchain governance. Mr. Cox was an invitee to the Wharton Crypto Governance Workshop (July 2019) and serves on the IEEE Blockchain Standards committee. He worked previously for, IBM, PwC, and Oracle Corp.

One of the first certified Oracle DBAs, Mr. Cox is the author of the Low Administration Oracle Specification, the Oracle DBA Checklist, the DBA Maturity Model, and many other white papers and articles, and of The Oracle Workgroup Server Handbook.

He ran for Governor of the state of Oregon in 2002. Mr. Cox holds a BA in Behavioral Sciences from the University of Chicago.

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