Compliance Challenges in Australia and Asia

The first in a multipart interview, GRC Solutions (grcsolutions.com.au) Managing Director, Julian Fenwick, shares his experience, perspective, and practice, with respect to anti-bribery and compliance challenges for multinationals which are either based in Australia and/or Asia, or with subsidiaries in the region. Julian shares his views with how regulatory awareness in the region has impacted […]

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Is There an Internal Ethics & Compliance Council In Us All?

The following guest post and video is by Nicole Rose, CEO and Founder, Create Training. We all know about ‘the law’, but how about the laws within us that direct our behavior and decisions? Marc Hauser, evolutionary biologist and a researcher, suggests that we  all have a ‘moral organ,’ that comes from an unconscious and […]

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Trust as a Fig-Leaf of Poor Compliance and Management

The following guest post is by Oliver May.  Trust is an important, nurturing presence in the workplace. There is a level of trust inherent in all controls, and NGOs are often dependent on trust, especially in emergency operations, distant field offices, and when working with volunteers. Untrusting workplaces feel austere, and create additional stress among […]

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What Good Compliance Looks Like: Part III

I concluded Part II of “What Good Compliance Looks Like” with “compliance and tone at the top are more than stated values, it’s about operational and unspoken values.  It’s about a seat at the table of business strategy.” But what of corporate integrity, where does that intersect business strategy, operations and values? How about this: […]

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What Good Compliance Looks Like: Part II

In a prior post, I shared the view of a CEO of a Fortune 500 company, who launched his talk at a compliance event by asking “what does good look like?” In that post, I concluded with how “I spent the better part of my career avoiding and evading compliance, but I now appreciate that […]

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