Learning from Failure


Ed. Note-today we continue our series of guest posts from Mary Jones. Today she reviews some common compliance failures.

On November 14, 2011 Tony Horwitz wrote an article titled “Tony Horwitz on the Failure of Textbook History”. In the article Mr. Horwitz stated: “My complaint is that textbooks do a fine job of communicating the facts that students need to know to pass tests. But they don’t do enough to make history exciting and engaging to students”. I can usually identify with this statement when it comes to law books, cases and deferred prosecution agreements. The fact of the matter is that it is awfully hard to make international bribery and corruption exciting…. Or is it? Maybe we will write a novel…

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