The essay "Whistle Blowing" talks about the whistle-blowing which is in the news as scandal after scandal hugs the headlines. This practice has been overtly beneficial by uncovering and exposing to full public view and knowledge unsavory things that are kept hidden inside most business organizations today. The euphemism of whistle-blowing refers to the deliberate disclosure by current and former members of an organization of illegal, immoral or illegitimate practices and actions under the control of their employers to another person or organization that may be able to take an effective course of action against it. A corollary issue that goes with whistle-blowing is whether whistle-blowing is effective or not. In many cases, people who report on their own organizations felt they are being targeted for retaliation. On their part, whistle blowers view their actions as a pro-social concerned behavior. Those who take the step feel ostracized, criticized, shut out, abused and fired. Most organizations are in a dilemma: the need to know precisely what is going on but sometimes punishing the very same people who took the courageous task of reporting unsavory practices. I would probably not blow the whistle considering what was at stake for me personally. I am just a month shy from collecting or exercising my stock rights which are a substantial windfall for a new struggling employee like me. This is but the very natural human reaction and 100,000 shares of steadily rising Enron shares will vest soon in a short time.