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Harry Cassin
Publisher and Editor

Andy Spalding
Senior Editor

Jessica Tillipman
Senior Editor

Bill Steinman
Senior Editor

Richard L. Cassin
Editor at Large

Elizabeth K. Spahn
Editor Emeritus

Cody Worthington
Contributing Editor

Julie DiMauro
Contributing Editor

Thomas Fox
Contributing Editor

Marc Alain Bohn
Contributing Editor

Bill Waite
Contributing Editor

Shruti J. Shah
Contributing Editor

Russell A. Stamets
Contributing Editor

Richard Bistrong
Contributing Editor

Eric Carlson
Contributing Editor

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Mapping the World of ‘Compliance Checking’

Official expectations that companies will check to make sure that their compliance and ethics (“C&E”) standards are being followed have existed since the advent of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations in 1991. Additionally, only a year later, a U.S. Department of Justice official emphasized the importance of auditing to antitrust compliance, which underscored that […]

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Can we really ‘measure’ compliance?

[…] trainees. Using those measurements, Acme’s compliance managers can adjust who gets trained and how. What the managers aren’t measuring, of course, and can’t, is the trainees’ intent. Do all intend to practice what they’ve learned? What might happen when they face real-world choices whether to comply or cheat? We can’t measure intent because it’s […]

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Mike Scher to Donna Boehme: Show us Compliance 2.0

Donna Boehme is widely credited with transforming the compliance profession into what is now known as Compliance 2.0. For that ten-year pioneering struggle and for creating models for global compliance programs, the SCCE’s 10-year anniversay award for dedicated service went to her as the “Lion of Compliance.”

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Why post-M&A decisions are dangerous for compliance

[…] when people try to prove their value, they can be tempted to make decisions differently. Their motivations shift from being “what’s best for the business?” to “what do I need to do to keep my job?” There is a perceptible transition from being business-focused to self-preservation-focused. As an ethics or compliance leader engaged in […]

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Guendalina Dondé: But why do some people do good things?

Forget the idea that human beings are perfectly rational. People do not always make consistent decisions based on strict logic or narrow self-interest. Human behavior is complex and emotions and intuition have a significant role to play in individual decision-making.

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Compliance leaders have the cure for burnout in the virtual workplace

[…] groups.” And who better to bridge and broker those relationships among a globally dispersed workforce than compliance leaders? Even in this current environment, compliance teams continue to have direct access to diverse and even isolated parts of the workforce, whereby E&C leaders can proactively build “bridges between otherwise disconnected groups.” And by doing so, […]

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Do your C-suite and boardroom have ‘unrealistic expectations’ about compliance?

[…] compliance outside the compliance community is that perfection isn’t required. Compliance involves people, and whenever people are involved, things get messy. Compliance professionals know it and so do the feds. None of the federal guidance for anti-bribery compliance mandates a perfect score. Instead, what’s required are compliance programs that can help prevent FCPA violations, […]

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