I ask if corporations are willing to take a step back in business strategy, including sales forecasts and incentive packages, in order to take a step forward in achieving meaningful anti-bribery compliance? Those are but a few of the issues which organizations need to consider if they look to design and implement a compliance program and ethic as something more than “window dressing” to contradictory messages to those on the front line of international business.
I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to share my experience and perspectives concerning anti-bribery compliance challenges from the front line of international business. My journey to where I can now engage with others on such topics, was filled with many ups and downs.More on My Journey
I enjoy the opportunity to engage with academia (law or business), conferences, trade groups, and corporations on front-line anti-bribery compliance challenges. I have a complete speaking portfolio, including references, which are available upon request.More on Speaking
I am pleased to be a regular contributor to a number of International Risk and Compliance periodicals as well other sites which address issues of anti-bribery compliance and business ethics.More on Guest Blogs