That is Mario Morino, in his latest column. He goes on to say:
"Today, transparency is not used enough as a tool for helping organizations to learn, improve, and adapt--to hold themselves accountable to themselves first! Far more frequently, it's used to find fault and even punish . . . But don't we have to dig for the truth and ferret out the facts as to what is (and, equally important, is not) working so we know how to improve?"
"Transparency is about our value set and how we act on it--not about checking a set of boxes or posting a set of documents on a website. It is about the honesty, openness, and integrity we live by in governing and running our organizations and doing our jobs."