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Compliance Meaningfulness: Hard to Achieve, Easy to Destroy
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Compliance Meaningfulness: Hard to Achieve, Easy to Destroy

In an article titled, What Makes Work Meaningful- Or Meaningless by Catherine Bailey and Adrian Madden (MIT Sloan Management Review, Summer 2016),  the authors focus upon what makes our work meaningful, with research conducted across multiple industries and responsibilities. While their findings are presented as relevant to the overall workforce, the compliance implications are significant and […]

Streamlining Compliance Case Management
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Streamlining Compliance Case Management

In early February this year, the fraud section of the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) released a new document with specific guidelines on how they will evaluate corporate compliance programs in organizations going forward. The DoJ clearly specifies in the document that they will look at corporate compliance programs in their entirety and not just […]

5 Tips For Improving Enterprise Cloud Success In 2017
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5 Tips For Improving Enterprise Cloud Success In 2017

Improving Enterprise Cloud In today’s dynamic environment, enterprises are striving to gain a competitive edge, reduce maintenance overhead, manage economies of scale, and minimize capital costs. Over the last few years, there has been an increase in the adoption rate of cloud technology. In order to attain the benefits of flexibility and rapid up and […]

Gearing Compliance to the Tasks at Hand
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Gearing Compliance to the Tasks at Hand

The following blog post was originally posted in the Richard Bistrong Front-Line Anti-Bribery Blog at www.richardbistrong.com and is reposted with his permission. I recently had the opportunity to travel to Chicago for my first SCCE Compliance and Ethics Institute (CEI), and attended a session  “Keeping Compliance Simple,” which was led by Ricardo Pellafone, CEO, The Broadcat […]

Balancing Risks and Opportunities: The Board’s Perspective
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Balancing Risks and Opportunities: The Board’s Perspective

People start a business for many reasons. Some do it out of sheer passion, while others do it to create wealth and economic growth. Yet, underlying it all is a willingness to take risks. Entrepreneurs and established companies make risky decisions every day in the hope that those risks will translate into better opportunities, better […]

Three-Stage Regulatory Compliance in Food Manufacturing
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Three-Stage Regulatory Compliance in Food Manufacturing

To safeguard quality and standards, food manufacturing and distribution is highly regulated. To be fully compliant, companies need insight into their complete supply chain — end-to-end from base ingredients to finished product —  and they must be prepared to act in the event of a contaminated or compromised product that jeopardizes customer health. This demands […]

King IV Report For Corporate Governance: What It May Mean For Your Organisation
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King IV Report For Corporate Governance: What It May Mean For Your Organisation

The fourth edition of the KING report builds on the best practices and principles in corporate governance in South Africa. The draft report was published in Mar 2016 and post the comments phase, the report was finally launched at the Sandton Covention Center in Johannesburg on 1 Nov 2016. The last edition of the report […]

GRC Programs: Building the Business Case for Value
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GRC Programs: Building the Business Case for Value

Governance, risk and compliance (GRC) management is becoming increasingly integrated across a wide and expanding set of use cases — moving beyond traditional risk management and into regulatory compliance, audit, third-party management, ethics and compliance, privacy, quality management, environmental health and safety, cybersecurity, business resilience and more. In OCEGs’ 2015 GRC Maturity Survey, over 50 […]

How to Cross-Sell Compliance to Your Sales Managers
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How to Cross-Sell Compliance to Your Sales Managers

The story of Wells Fargo’s cross-selling compliance failure, reminds me of the huge fine that HSBC received in 2012 for mis-selling— over $3 billion.  Wells Fargo’s $185 million fine for poor cross-selling practices pales in comparison – but still “ouch!”  Even worse and more costly could be the reputation damage — Wells Fargo styles itself as the […]