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A Return to Common Sense

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The Justice Department is in the throes of revising its FCPA enforcement model.  As the DOJ re-examines its approach, policymakers have to ask some tough questions.

A Return to Common Sense

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What happens when great minds get together and Talk about Trump?  Analysis, predictions and some pretty good rants. By Tom Fox with Michael Volkov, Jay Rosen, Matt Kelly & Johnathan Armstrong.

A Return to Common Sense

Not Your Father's FCPA by Tom Fox

From the number of enforcement actions announced in February 2016 to the busy three-month summer period, we’ve see case after case. Is this the dawn of a new era? And if so — what can we learn from it?

The FCPA in Latin America

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The first book to take a regional and cultural approach to FCPA compliance and enforcement matters.

Moving the Goalposts: DOJ Redefines Effective Compliance

Moving the Goalposts by Michael Volkov

The compliance profession demands recognition, resources and influence, and seeds have been sown to ensure compliance officers get what they want. This is a critical time to capture the moment, recognize the change and prepare for the future.

Tough Calls: How to Move Beyond Indecision and Good Intentions

Tough Calls: How to Move Beyond Indecision and Good Intentions

In this time-tested approach to decision-making, Linda Henman presents an amalgamation of what she has observed — and in many cases, helped create.

Question Everything: Due Diligence & Risk Management

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With almost every FCPA enforcement action involving third party misconduct in one form or another, shouldn’t companies devote more resources than ever to due diligence and third-party risk management systems?

Exploring the Behavior & Psychology Behind Bribery & Corruption

THe psychology behind bribery and corruption from SAI Global

Why do good people do bad things? At the heart of each instance of bribery and corruption is the unethical behavior of an employee with a goal to achieve and a choice to make.

Reputation Risk: The Quantitative & Qualitative Imperative

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Executives and board members rank reputation risk not only as a top concern – but also as a strategic risk that could have significant impact on an organization’s overall wellbeing. This book offers unique perspectives, and approaches reputation risk from different angles.

Why They Do It: Inside the Mind of the White Collar Criminal

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Perplexed as to what drives successful, wealthy people to risk it all, Harvard Business School professor Eugene Soltes took a remarkable journey deep into the minds of these white-collar criminals, spending seven years in the company of the men behind the largest corporate crimes in history

Question Everything: Due Diligence & Risk Management

Question everything book cover by michael volkov

With almost every FCPA enforcement action involving third party misconduct in one form or another, shouldn’t companies devote more resources than ever to due diligence and third-party risk management systems?

Exploring the Behavior & Psychology Behind Bribery & Corruption

THe psychology behind bribery and corruption from SAI Global

Why do good people do bad things? At the heart of each instance of bribery and corruption is the unethical behavior of an employee with a goal to achieve and a choice to make.

Getting Governance Right: A Handbook for Today's CEO & the Board

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This book brings together expertise on all things Board related, exploring topics from best practices to the benefit of diversity and the Board’s role in reducing risk and improving cybersecurity. In this comprehensive guide, our expert authors explore the top issues plaguing Boards and prescribe actionable solutions.

The Courageous Leader: Integrating Integrity into Decision Making

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Frank Bucaro has developed unique and humorous insights into the challenges of taking the high road. He provides practical ideas to help with difficult decisions as well as strategies for combating the sometimes blurred lines between right and wrong.

Reimagining Risk: An Integrated Approach to Enterprise Risk Management

Reimagining risk: an integrated approach to ERM by Jim DeLoach

Jim Deloach explores four themes for implementing ERM, noting that executives often ask two questions: “Where do we start?” and “What do we do differently?” These two questions demand a pragmatic response, which DeLoach provides in this compilation of thought leadership articles.

The Trust Puzzle: How to Keep Your Company on the Ethical High Road

the trust puzzle by frank bucaro

Ethics start at the top of the business or company and then flow down, being accepted and followed through the examples that are set. Download The Trust Puzzle now to begin learning how you can create a better working environment for you, your employees and clients.