But in all my time here and now we don't have a blame culture
at this club - we have a learning culture.
Russell Hopkins, a former manager at Cardiff's University Hospital of Wales and recently retired as chairman of the Bro Morgannwg Health Trust, described it as a blame culture
that was fuelled by lawyers and patients all backed by legal aid.
The Health Secretary says he doesn't want the blame culture
encouraging medics to hide failings after a new report claimed just five per cent of all hospital mistakes get reported by staff.
The report added: "Staff described a bullying and blame culture
in theatres and critical care.
The authors of the study liken the situation faced by GPs as akin to "boiling frogs" - saying internal and external pressures, as well as a tick box and blame culture
, have slowly built up, to a point where for many GPs, continuing is no longer sustainable.
Of course, we want competition for places and everyone gets judged on their levels but I will never allow the dressing room to be managed in a blame culture
, where we try to highlight an error or blame someone for a result.
One of the big things from the letters page was the blame culture
This is typical of the bonkers blame culture
society we have become.
Hesaid: "We need to defend better as a team but there's no blame culture
attached to the defenders.
The key is to have a non-punitive approach and move from a no blame culture
to a fair and just culture that factors accountability.
Nurses reported increased levels of bullying by managers and a widespread blame culture
that prevented frontline staff from voicing concerns about poor care, according to the Independent newspaper.
What I have noticed is that Clr Sheard liKe Clr Mehboob Khan live in a blame culture
world whereby this is not their fault but someone other is the cause.