Just when a Health Service Organization may they think it has a solid program in place…everything changes.
Paring down the company’s risks to the ones that really matter is a test of the effectiveness of enterprise risk management. If the process generates a laundry list of risks, it’s “game over” in the C-suite and boardroom.
One of the risks that require management is losses around trading. This was on painful display last week in the investigations hearings into the JP Morgan trading losses known as the “London Whale.”
It might be time to review your company’s distribution agreements to ensure they comport with antitrust laws.
The rapidly evolving healthcare landscape in China provides a critical window of opportunity — and a corresponding challenge — for pharmaceutical companies to transform their drug development strategy.
The emerging field of “behavioral ethics”…..has demonstrated the limited role that traditional notions of rationality play when we are faced with ethics-related choices.
Changing demographics are increasing risks to organizations as employees over the age of 50 begin to assume more responsibilities forcaregiving/eldercare.
As 2012 Ends, So Does the NLRB’s Longstanding Bright-Line Rule Protecting Witness Statements from Disclosure
As the calendar year ends, so does National Labor Relations Board Member Brian Hayes’ term, prompting a series of decisions…