10 Years of Insight: The 2024 E&C Programme Effectiveness Report

The 2024 Ethics & Compliance Programme Effectiveness Report validates a central lesson from over 10 years of primary research—values-based programmes are not only the most effective, but also correlate strongly with reduced risk and better business outcomes.

As new risks increase in severity and frequency around the world, we have focused our industry-leading analysis to provide the E&C community with both a global view as well as specific and actionable insights for your region.

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Singapore highlights:

  • 72% of organizations in Singapore have modified or abandoned business initiatives based on E&C factors or risks—20% higher than the global and APAC averages.
  • High-performing programs are 4x more likely to use a specific E&C learning platform to deliver training.
  • 80% of Singapore programs incentivize ethical conduct at key stages of the employee lifecycle—10 percentage-points higher than the global average.

Global highlights:

  • Risk mitigation and risk analysis are top priorities for improvement and usefulness for evaluating programme impact.
  • High-performing programmes are 1.9x more likely to improve their training systems to be user-friendly and increase overall effectiveness.
  • High-performing programmes are 2.1x more likely to leverage data from multiple sources to guide program development.

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Volkov Law Group, in JDSupra