Which of these companies do you think has the higher integrity culture, Coca Cola or PepsiCo?
Let’s start by defining what we mean (and don’t mean) by a high integrity culture.… Continue Reading
In Capitalism and Freedom (1962), the late American economist Milton Friedman wrote: “There is one and only one social responsibility of business — to use its resources and engage in activities designed to increase its profits so long as it stays within the rules of the game, which is to say, engages in open and free competition without deception or fraud.”
During the 50+ years following the book’s publication, the meaning of Friedman’s quote has been debated in C-suites around the world, particularly the “rules of the game.” The widely held interpretation is one of a status quo; as long as it’s legal the corporation has fulfilled its role in society.
With Friedman’s legacy in mind, the majority of leaders and their boards tend to focus on regulatory compliance as the “golden rule” and push the “soft stuff” like culture, trust, employee engagement and community off to the side, or perhaps to a functional silo that then creates a “set of rules,” a “program” or a philanthropic PR campaign.… Continue Reading
Job Title: Compliance Risk Manager, Anti-Bribery Compliance
Location: Seattle, Washington USA
Job Summary and Mission
This job contributes to Starbucks success by supporting Starbucks Global Anti-Bribery compliance initiatives and to ensure compliance with Starbucks Standards of Business Conduct.… Continue Reading