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June 8, 2017

Investing in a Top-to-Bottom Ethical Culture Using Data

Keeping pace with technology is never an easy feat, but it seems Chief Compliance and Ethics Officers have found themselves awash in a sea of data — especially data useful to sustaining the long-term ethical culture of the organization. According to the 2017 Ethics and Compliance Survey, which surveyed more…
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Leadership and career
May 22, 2017

Winning at All Costs

Big Boss offers a sales contest to increase the customer base. You overhear a colleague on the phone telling all his contacts about the contest and promising if they help him win, they can return their purchases after the contest is over, no questions asked. Your colleague doesn't win, so…
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Compliance
May 15, 2017

The Win-Win Argument

This article was republished with permission from Michael Volkov’s blog, Corruption, Crime & Compliance.  My good friend and colleague Dan Chapman, now the CCO at VimpelCom, is a compliance rock star. I have known Dan for years, beginning when he took over at Parker Drilling and implemented a world-class remediation program to…
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Leadership and career
May 10, 2017

What is Your Ethical Culture?

This article was republished with permission from Tom Fox’s FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog. The indictments earlier this year of executives from Takata and Volkswagen roiled many in the business world and ethics and compliance arena. Coming on the heels of the Wells Fargo scandal, one might wonder how corporations can stop…
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Leadership and career
May 8, 2017

Why Carrots and Sticks Don’t Motivate

In 2016, Wells Fargo fired more than 5,000 employees who learned the hard way that carrots don't work — at least not in the long run. Decision-makers tied a substantial piece of these employees' compensation to steep sales targets and made reaching them a condition of continued employment. They saw…
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Leadership and career
January 16, 2017

Ethics Warning Signs to Monitor

By: Jim DeLoach Over the long term, the credibility of an organization and the integrity of its leaders and decision-makers ultimately define its success or failure. The board of directors, the executive management team and other senior leaders have three responsibilities with respect to the organization's code of conduct: ♦…
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