First post I've seen that starts getting close.
Maybe try expanding the requirements a bit..
Is that even English? Seems more like some dystopian futurespeak loosely based on a form of English which has been coopted by media and communications majors.
Not only is it English, it is British English from English Britain, the original and still the best English since 1066.
Accept no substitutes.
If your company has an adversarial internal structure, then clearly you need advocate (aka manager) to play the politics.
If that's the company structure, then you are stuck with political decisions being made without reference to the engineering reality. That's how you get big failures like RBS and the continual cycle of outsourcing->collapse->insourcing.
Because there is no reward for good behaviour.
In BP's case, they made a decision to fund the cleanup and compensate people and businesses. And every fraud and shyster crawled out of the woodwork and started demanding compensation. They get no credit for putting their hands up, while US companies Transocean and Haliburton were busy hiding behind lawyers and shredding the evidence and getting away with it.
I suspect they had a financial interest, which is sadly what most of this debate is about.
What is the Great Britain trying to prove?
That when you do the electronic equivalent of going up to the victims relatives and saying "Ha Ha, He raped and killed your daughter last week", you can expect the authorities to step in and put an end to your attempted breach of the peace.
I had the rare misfortune of being one of the first people to try and implement a PL/1 compiler. -- T. Cheatham