Ethics Across the Generations

In the latest edition of Business Compliance, guest author Guendalina Donde (Researcher at the Institute of Business Ethics)  writes about “Business Ethics Across Generations: Bridging the Gap.” (Available here for courtesy download) In her work, Ms. Donde breaks down “generations at work” in order to allow ethics and compliance practitioners to calibrate their approach to the […]

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Looking at Compliance From a Different Perspective

I recently had the pleasure of working with Leona Lewis on one of her Masters of Disasters Podcasts (here) and had the opportunity to ask her more about why she started the series. Leona responded,  “I started ‘Masters of Disaster’ to allow compliance, ethics and risk practitioners access to new ideas and perspectives by listening […]

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International Anti-Corruption Day: everybody has a role to play in tackling corruption

Today’s guest post for International Anti-Corruption Day is by Adrian Phoon, Head of Content for GRC Solutions. GRC Solutions is an online compliance training market in the Asia Pacific region. With their Compliance Learning Management System, Salt Web, and other innovative solutions, they help hundreds of companies navigate complex legal and regulatory environments and build […]

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International Business Attitudes to Corruption: Past & Present

The following interview is with John Bray, Director (Analysis), Control Risks. RB: John, thank you for joining me for this interview. As the main author of the Control Risks “International Business Attitudes to Corruption Survey 2015/2016” (download here), could you share some of your background and experience? JB: I’m currently based in Singapore, but I work […]

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Is it possible to combine Art, Law and Compliance?

The following guest post and video is by Nicole Rose, CEO and Founder, Create Training. Given that Richard has so openly and honestly told his story in our animation, Richard Bistrong: Why we say yes, I thought it only fair to briefly tell mine. At the age of 18 I decided to study Law rather […]

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