DOJ’s Andrew Weissmann and Hui Chen Talk Corporate Compliance in Exclusive Interview
Read about the DOJ’s views on the ever-changing landscape of compliance and the challenges in the role of the compliance professional in an interview conducted by Laura Jacobus, an ethics and compliance advisor.
Scorecard Keeps Hartford Executives Focused on Compliance
Stephen Harris, corporate chief compliance officer at insurance company The Hartford, discusses how he uses business metrics to make the case for compliance and how executives are trained–and evaluated on–how well they incorporate compliance into their daily operations.
Davos Man Meets the Masses
“A growing number of CEOs are recognizing the need to place values and purpose at the center of their strategy,” said PwC Chairman Dennis Nally. “With the lack of trust that exists today with business, sooner or later you have to figure out how to regain that trust.” As a response to the trend, PwC announced a new partnership yesterday with LRN, an advisory group headed by Dov Seidman, to help corporations “elevate behavior, define and scale their values, and become animated by purpose.”
PwC and LRN Forge Strategic Relationship to Help Organizations Operate with Purpose and Values at their Core
PwC and LRN today announced a long-term strategic relationship to better help organizations elevate behavior, define and scale their values, and become animated by purpose.
PwC and LRN Forge Strategic Relationship To Help Organizations Operate with Purpose and Values at Their Core
Collaboration Driven by Shared Goal to Help Place Humanity at the Center of 21st Century Business.
The Age of Protest
“In my view, this age of protest is driven, in part, by the fact that the three largest forces on the planet — globalization, Moore’s law and Mother Nature — are all in acceleration, creating an engine of disruption that is stressing strong countries and middle classes and blowing up weak ones, while superempowering individuals and transforming the nature of work, leadership and government all at once.” -Tom Friedman
When Restless Billionaires Trip on Their Toys
Welcome to the age — and whimsy — of the new billionaire class and the precariousness of vanity projects.
Volkswagen Report Hints at Culture Weakness
Volkswagen AG has suggested that its emissions scandal was caused by a chain of events involving a small group of employees, but that might be disregarding a larger issue of broken culture at the organization.
#GivingTuesday: Why Scaling Values Over Value Today Can Change The World Tomorrow
While the winter holidays are a season of giving and receiving gifts, it is also the season in which we recognize the inherent humanity in others and strive to greet each other with warmth and compassion
Volkswagen Saga Continues With Whistleblower Immunity
Companies should think about how they can get whistleblowers to speak out before a problem escalates. But to avoid Volkswagen’s mistakes, in-house counsel would be smart to ensure there is more than just a hotline that whistleblowers can call if they see something wrong.