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The Psychology of Cheating and FCPA Compliance

In the movie Margin Call, Jeremy Irons intones that there are three ways to win in business: (1) be the smartest; (2) be the fastest; and (3) cheat. I am currently out at the SCCE 2015 Compliance and Ethics Institute and as...more

5 Success Factors in Cutting-Edge Compliance: Compliance Becomes King When These Elements Are Integrated Into Day-to-Day...

Technology is doing more than bringing compliance fully into the digital age. It’s also initiating a revolution that is putting compliance and ethics at the forefront of how business is run, creating far greater operational...more

Five Ways to Ensure Board Support for Compliance

A Chief Compliance Officer has a number of important relationships to maintain in an organization. Aside from the support of senior level executives, the CCO has to build an effective working relationship with the board and...more

Compliance Fatigue — A Dangerous Concept

I have a lot of pet peeves, especially when it comes to lawyers and compliance professionals. Do not worry this is a not a column about all of my pet peeves; I would never bore you with all those issues....more

Cleaning Up a Compliance Program Mess

You have just been hired as the new Chief Compliance Officer of a global company operating in over 80 countries, including numerous high-risk corruption countries. You have no staff and have been given a budget to hire 5...more

The Keys to a Successful International Compliance Hotline: And the Hidden Potential It Hides

If you are creating or expanding your call center internationally, or already have one, you have the potential to organize the data coming in ways that can change a company’s direction and impact its bottom line....more

Design Thinking in Compliance

In many ways the migration from Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) 1.0 to 2.0 and beyond is more than simply about the technical aspects of a CCO to the internal and external delivery of a compliance solution by the compliance...more

[Webinar] Extending Your Compliance Team Without Expanding Your Budget - Sept. 30th, 12:00pm Eastern

Companies choose to outsource or co-source various parts of their operations for many reasons, with budget and headcount at the top of the list. In ethics and compliance, companies have many opportunities to co-source...more

Agatha Christie and Building Ethical Culture in an Organization

On this day in 1890, Mary Clarissa Agatha Miller, who later became known as Agatha Christie, was born in Torquay, Devon, England. As a youngster, she and her sister, Madge, made up thrilling stories to tell each other. As...more

Misconduct in the C-Suite: The United Airlines Scandal

It was like a bolt out of the blue – United Airlines’ CEO and two senior executives hastily announced their resignation as a result of their involvement in a bribery scandal with the New York Port Authority....more

Program Measurement, Reporting and Benchmarking: Thoughts and Insights from a Group of Compliance Executives

Last week, we hosted our first Compliance Tech Talk event. Just in case you missed our blog post about this new event series, Compliance Tech Talks bring compliance executives together for a interactive roundtable discussion...more

Highway 61 Revisited Week – Ballad of a Thin Man: Fair Process and Setting Expectations in Your Compliance Program

The Ballad of the Thin Man revolves around one very square man who keeps blundering into situations that he does not understand. The further he gets into the song, the less he seems to understand. Rock critic Andy Gill has...more

How Canada’s leading the way to compliance with anti-corruption sticks and carrots

“Your criminal actions raise serious questions as to whether you have the requisite personal integrity and business ethics to be a responsible Government contractor.” That’s me. I was debarred from being a U.S....more

Can Anti-Bribery Compliance Be Animated?

Caricatures can be found as far back as the 14th Century with Leonardo da Vinci. Martin Luther extensively used drawings of a more editorial nature in the Reform movement, and by the 18th century, animation had become a...more

Q&A: Pat Harned, Ph.D. on Ethics and Compliance

In this post, CREATe’s CEO Pamela Passman talks with Patricia Harned, chief executive officer of the Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI). ECI empowers its members in the ethics and compliance community to operate at the...more

Embracing the Peter Pan Generation: How is Your Company’s Check-the-Box E&C Program Deterring Their Early-Adoption Attitude for...

It is likely that the newest, hippest, most social and optimistic generation in history is now making up a large portion of your workforce. Yes, I’m talking about the 80 million kids who grew up in the ’80s and ’90s that are...more

Hiring In Compliance, Part II – Candidate Sourcing

This week I am presenting a series on hiring in the compliance industry based on interviews I did with Maurice Gilbert, the Managing Partner at Conselium Partners LP. These interviews will be broadcasted on my podcast site,...more

Give & Take: The Case for a Better G&E Compliance Program

Part One: Setting The Foundation - Why Does G&E Matter? Tony Robbins once said, “Every problem is a gift—without problems we would not grow.” In the compliance arena, the reverse also applies, as many gifts can...more

Top Ten Resources for Engaging Your Board in Your Ethics & Compliance Program

Resources to help you engage your board of directors in the success of your ethics and compliance program. A successful board engagement strategy can help ethics and compliance professionals gain significant program...more

The Danger of Compliance Overkill

Government prosecutors spend time promoting enforcement programs and encouraging companies to design and implement effective ethics and compliance programs. The blogosphere is filled with articles, surveys, studies, warnings,...more

Meaningful Measurement of the Effectiveness of an Ethics and Compliance Program

Talk is cheap, especially when it comes to ethics and compliance programs. Words are easy but action and commitment is even harder. The compliance industry needs to put more meat on the bones of compliance. It is not enough...more

Meaningful Measurement of the Effectiveness of an Ethics and Compliance Program

Talk is cheap, especially when it comes to ethics and compliance programs. Words are easy but action and commitment is even harder. The compliance industry needs to put more meat on the bones of compliance. It is not enough...more

Ethics & Compliance Training: 2015 Benchmark Report

NAVEX Global’s Ethics & Compliance Training Benchmark Report covers benchmarks such as budget size, FTEs, training topics and formats—as well as top training trends, challenges and more— to help you: · Evaluate the...more

SummerReading List: 4 Books Worth Adding to Your Library - A Few Good Reads to Help You Understand the Mind of Your Consumer When...

In a previous life, I worked as an advertising copywriter. Aside from being paid to write (which was cool), I spent my days trying to understand the motivations that drove a consumer to buy what they bought (which was really...more

The Time is Now to Amend the US Sentencing Guidelines on Corporate Ethics and Compliance Programs

We all know the importance of the sentencing guidelines and the impact the revisions, especially the 2010 amendments, have had on corporate governance and compliance. The history behind the sentencing guidelines tracks the...more

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