Marketing and sales people working in low-integrity places are usually far removed from the victims of nearby corruption. Compliance professionals supporting a far-flung work force need to keep that cultural isolation in mind.… Continue Reading
I was planning a corporate event with the VP of ethics and compliance. He had a request. “Please finish your presentation on a positive note.” Point taken.
Talking about behavioral tipping points — bribing not to lose, bribing when the finish line is close, and even the impact of addiction upon corrupt behaviors — can all be discouraging and depressing.… Continue Reading