Leadership and Career

Taking a Different View of Fraud

Taking a Different View of Fraud

Q&A with Dan Zitting, Chief Product Officer at ACL Today we are pleased to publish a recent interview between Corporate Compliance Insights' CEO, Maurice Gilbert, and Dan Zitting, Chief Product Officer at ACL Services. Dan has been gracious to share with us his thoughts on fraud issues and what the GRC community can do to fight fraud more effectively. Maurice...

Gamifying Goodness: New Social Impact Scoring System Spurs a Movement of Competitive Kindness

Gamifying Goodness: New Social Impact Scoring System Spurs a Movement of Competitive Kindness

How nice are you? The xocial online community is calculating and curating "competitive kindness" to help mere mortals out-nice each other, and make the world a better place. Are you using your superpowers for good? One optimistic online community called xocial (pronounced soh-shuhl) is now giving cause-conscious and otherwise kindhearted individuals the ability to do good, see good, feel good...

The business benefit of corporate social responsibility

Volunteering for the Common Good

Accounting and auditing firms are going beyond sponsorships and one-day volunteer opportunities to support local philanthropic causes. And the benefits are numerous: taking a hands-on approach to corporate giving can not only positively impact your community, but also improve employee morale and enhance recruitment and retention efforts.

TRACE International Launches TRACEpublic

TRACE International Launches TRACEpublic

The Panama Papers leak revealed to organizations worldwide the need for greater transparency and expedited due diligence. TRACE International answered that call. Alexandra Wrage, an internationally recognized thought leader in anti-bribery compliance, and TRACE International’s Founder and President, answers our most burning questions about the solution.

mentor your best talent to ensure they stick around

10 Ways to Mentor Clever People

Organizations love their top performers, but they sometimes have a funny way of showing it. It’s common for high achievers to be taken for granted and left to their own devices while management focuses on strengthening under-performers and putting out fires. This is a dangerous strategy, since it may just cause your best talent to find a company that appreciates...

Staying Compliant When Security is in the Hot Seat

Staying Compliant When Security is in the Hot Seat

Software is today's competitive currency, and software-based services are the primary way a company connects and communicates with customers. At the same time, businesses are facing increased scrutiny and a growing number of regulatory requirements. Enterprises are keen to reconcile the conflict between compliance and competing in the fast-moving digital marketplace.

Blindfolded Businessman walking on a high wire

Fortitude Factors

Fear may be the biggest single obstacle to success, and it's an indulgence leaders can't afford. Not if they want to be effective, that is. Linda Henman posits that we must replace fear with fortitude, and she outlines what that looks like exactly. Read on to explore these Fortitude Factors -- telltale signs of a leader able to overcome their...

Yates and Outsourcing Government Investigations

Following the Department of Justice's recent Yates memorandum, we can fully expect individuals under prosecution to challenge their companies' internal investigations on the grounds that investigations essentially outsourced by the government should be subject to the same rules. So what does this mean for businesses aiming to provide evidence of their cooperation?

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