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Compliance Training Lessons From Utah, Caught on Tape

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For a while now, I’ve been contemplating ethics and compliance lessons from the arrest of Alex Wubbels— the Utah nurse taken into custody by Salt Lake City police, because she refused to draw blood for an unconscious patient....more

Behavioral Ethics & Just-in-Time Compliance Communications

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Timing is everything. At least, that is part of the learning from several experiments described in a Harvard Business School Working Paper - “When to Sign on the Dotted Line: Signing First Makes Ethics Salient and Decreases...more

CCOs and the C-Suite

by Michael Volkov on

Let’s start out with something ironic – the C-Suite typically resists the need for ethics and compliance training, as well as other compliance controls, claiming that they know everything about ethics and compliance....more

Your Company Brand and Ethical Behavior

by Thomas Fox on

Last week, I was interviewed by David Banks, the Senior Content Marketing Manager at NAVEX Global, for the firm’s blog. One of the questions he posed to me struck me and it was “When it comes to contributing to a greater...more

The Emperor Has No [Compliance Program]

by Michael Volkov on

At the outset, I have to apologize for the title but during my morning bike ride I usually come up with blog posting titles. But moving past the trite title, I have a point to make....more

Unfair and Unbalanced-Episode 21, the 2017 Compliance and Ethics Institute

by Thomas Fox on

In this episode, Roy Snell and I have a wide ranging discussion on the SCCE’s Compliance and Ethics Institute. Roy reviews its history and how it became the largest annual event for the compliance professional. He talks about...more

Ethical First Responders: An Interview with Tom Fox

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In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, in preparation of Hurricane Irma, and as wildfires rage through the Pacific Northwest, we are witnessing the heroic efforts of individuals across the nation. We are also seeing similar efforts...more

The Week in FCPA-Episode 67, the Post Harvey Edition

by Thomas Fox on

After a two week absence, Jay and I return for a wide-ranging discussion on some of the top compliance and ethics related stories which happened while we were off, including: 1. Retired U.S. Army colonel, Joseph Baptiste...more

Will Your Assets Be Stranded? The Risk Management Process in ESG and Compliance

by Thomas Fox on

State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) is a company which engages in US and broader international institutional investing, largely on behalf of its clients. Some of the areas it focuses on include environmental, sustainability...more

The Objective of Due Diligence: To Protect Your Culture

by Michael Volkov on

There has been so much attention paid to due diligence. We have reams and reams of articles highlighting the importance of due diligence. In addition, numerous vendors of due diligence services and technologies fill the...more

Day 4 of One Month of Innovation in Compliance-Welcome to ComTech

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What will be the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in compliance going forward? LawTech had disrupted the legal profession and how it is reshaping many areas of private practice. I found the article had multiple...more

Tales from the Corporate Scandal Crypt: GM, VimpelCom, VW and Wells Fargo

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We are fascinated by corporate scandals. Since the 1980s, the US public has enjoyed unraveling corporate scandals, and vilifying corporate leaders caught in the web of deceit and misconduct. I am sure there are historical...more

Ethics and Compliance Training, What Gets Results?

The following interview is with Dr. Patricia Harned, Chief Executive Officer of the Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI). RB: Pat, it’s a pleasure to have you join us today, and thank you for sharing your report “Ethics...more

Practicing Compliance

by Thomas Fox on

It has certainly been a week for the ages in Houston, most of Texas and all along the Gulf Coast as Hurricane Harvey has wrecked a level of havoc not scene in that large a swath for many a moon, if ever. Ending this...more

How the Storms of “The Scottish Play” Inform Your Compliance Program

by Thomas Fox on

In honor of fellow Houstonians, fellow Texans and now our neighbors to the east in Louisiana, who have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey, I continue my weather themed week by considering how Shakespeare used weather as a...more

Ethics, Temptation and Money

by Michael Volkov on

A corporate entity is like its own community – it has a culture, a set of values and principles that form the foundation for the company’s operations, and an overall purpose. The interesting factor that has to be identified,...more

Adolescent Companies Need Ethics & Compliance to Manage Growing Pains

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So what kinds of planning and alignment help corporate ethics programs the most, before expansion phases spin out of control? If the business where you work is smart and lucky, eventually it will hit an expansion phase. This...more

How Do We Define ‘Effective’ for an ‘Effective Ethics & Compliance Programme’?

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In the past year, we have seen a salvo of standards and regulations across the globe offering guidance on how to develop effective ethics and compliance programmes. Along with providing guideposts for programme leaders, the...more

Time for Compliance to Take a Stand

by Thomas Fox on

Chuck Duross has called the compliance profession “The Alamo” of corporate America, in that sometimes you must take a stand, draw a line in the sand and make the ultimate commitment to your values. Based upon the events in...more

This Week in FCPA-Episode 66, the Take a Stand Edition

by Thomas Fox on

Jay and I return for a wide-ranging discussion on some of the week’s top compliance and ethics related stories, including:   1. The SEC charges KPMG and partner with blown oil and gas company audit. 2. BSRG raises its...more

Compliance into the Weeds-Episode 50, Where's the Upside?

by Thomas Fox on

In this very topical episode Matt Kelly and I take a deep dive into the administration’s response to the events over the weekend in Charlottesville and what it means for business leaders, compliance practitioners and others...more

Retaining a “Risky” Third-Party

by Michael Volkov on

Every company has done it. Chief Compliance Officers have had to hold their respective noses and push forward with due diligence to retain a risky third party. Rather than reject the third party, a CCO convinces him or...more

Wake Up and Mind Your Culture — Practical Approaches to Managing a Company’s Culture

by Michael Volkov on

Ethical culture is the flavor of the year these days. We are seeing more postings and articles about the importance of ethical culture, and even pushing the idea of measuring and monitoring culture....more

Procurement Pressure: The Convergence Of Supply And Compliance

by Thomas Fox on

With a growing number of complex regulations and directives, the only thing that is constant right now in the regulatory environment is change. Supply chain leaders and compliance professionals alike continue to grapple with...more

Voluntary Monitoring – Multiple Purpose Tool in Compliance

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Alan Peckolick, died last week. According to his obituary in the New York Times, he “overcame a failed art school career to emerge as a leading designer of some the world’s most distinctive logos”. In an interview with the...more

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