Creative people want to facilitate change. Sometimes it better to keep the old and not change. How do you make sure when is the right time for a change and when is it better not to?
Get an external ombudsman to keep a watchful eye continuously on your operations, plans, projects and also the market. He will be impartial and any recommendation he will make, he will also support with detailed analysis and explanation.
Daily you see many posts online about health that are published without real scientific information behind them, or based on cherry-picked facts. These are misleading at best, and dangerous at worst.
Have a watchdog organization that scans the internet for these posts, and especially those that catch on. When one is found the team should initiate an online campaign showing the real facts behind it and shaming the publishers to take these down and (maybe) prevent them from doing it in the future.
Unfortunately, publications today mostly don’t have to pay the price for publishing something wrong or false. The reasons are many but probably foremost is a lack of journalistic integrity and not checking up on information. It would be good to know what was wrong and who published it, so we can have some accountability.
Build a publication with volunteers who check up on published news items and articles that seem to be sloppy on the facts side. Publish the findings of those who failed the check up.
Online news publications need constant content 24/7/365. They often keep watch on low-level blogs and use materials they find there. It would be good to be up to date on which blogs they use often.
Do a constant crawl of these high-profile publications to discover their sources, and keep an updated list of these sources ordered by topic and probability of being used as a source.