Month: October 2015
“Tone at the top.” It refers to what leaders say or don’t say, what they do or don’t do, that directly influences employee confidence, trust and behavior.
Thoughts on the recent SCCE Compliance and Ethics Institute Four years ago, I thought I knew everything about corporate compliance, and would have been happy to tell you about it whether you asked or not. Now, four years removed from my first trip to the Compliance and Ethics Institute, I’m struck by how much has […]
We’ve noticed a surprising correlation: People in charge of compliance activities for their organization tend to have trouble getting a good night’s sleep. We were puzzled by this phenomenon, and brought in a team of forensic scientists to work with these compliance professionals and get to the root of this troubling insomnia.
Tactical steps you can take today to breathe new life into your Compliance Program. We spent the past two articles diving deep into pains and pressures… Listing out the frustrations that are draining the life out of your Compliance Program. Adding up the costs and ramifications of maintaining the status quo with your “Good Enough” […]
What are the consequences of keeping the status quo? In our previous post, we examined all the potential frustrations and inefficiencies that are draining the life out of your Compliance Program. For most who walk through that exercise, it’s quite eye-opening. It’s great to have that list of known problems that are lurking within your […]