SAI Global has released the first-ever Compliance Coloring Book, created and illustrated to be an ethical escape from stress and burnout for you. It includes 13 original illustrations based on common themes and risks that E&C professionals deal with. It’s printed, bound, and completely free to anyone who wants a copy.
Corporate governance has been the focus of regulators’ attention of late, and the performance of the Board of Directors is increasingly integral to an organization’s success in the marketplace. It’s no wonder, then, that companies are striving to enhance their governance practices and position...
This new book from SAI Global explores factors that drive employees to make unethical decisions that can undermine anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance programs -- and also offers help to prevent that from happening.
Authors Andrea-Bonime-Blanc, JD/PhD and Leonard J. Ponzi, PhD Offer Dual Approach to Understanding Reputation Risk Major surveys in recent years have found that executives and board members ranked reputation risk not only as a top concern – but also as a strategic risk that could have significant...
What happens when great minds get together and Talk about Trump? Analysis, predictions and some pretty good rants. Download it today. This conversation is just getting started, so bookmark this page and return. The election of Donald Trump has caused us all to wonder -- and worry -- about...
This is the first book to take a regional and cultural approach to FCPA compliance and enforcement matters, helps unpack the tectonic anti-corruption shifts underway in the region. It explains how U.S. companies tend to confront cultural, historical, geographical, and language barriers when implementing FCPA compliance programs with their neighbors to the South, and provides advice for navigating these challenges.
White Collar Crime: based on intimate details stemming from letters, personal visits and phone calls and filled with fascinating psychological, sociological and historical insight, Why They Do It is a breakthrough look at what made former “pillars of the community” fall so far.
Frank Bucaro explains how companies are at a high risk for cultivating unethical cultures in the information age, and how not only to avoid them, but how to make a company an example other CEOs can use as a model for their own ethical strategies.