Measuring the strategic value of a compliance program

Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE)
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Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE)

CEP Magazine (August 2022)

If you’ve worked in our profession long enough, you know the hard reality that in many companies, executive management views compliance as a cost center, dissociated from growth. We dream of more. Of a day when compliance is viewed as intimately aligned with achieving the long-term interests of the organization.

I asked several colleagues how they would make compliance more strategic. Here is what they said.

1 Stephen D’Angelo, “Morgan Stanley leader shares her tips for career success with Dyson undergraduates,” SC Johnson College of Business, Cornell, February 19, 2020, 
https://business.cornell.edu/hub/2020/02/19/morgan-stanley-leader-shares-tips-career-success/.

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