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.
Once the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) goes into effect, it will have an impact on U.S. multinational employers. Littler Mendelson’s Philip Gordon discusses what U.S. multinational employers need to know in order to comply with the GDPR.
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...
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.
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...
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?
Bain Capital. McKinsey. Deloitte… don’t take just my word for it; the single biggest reason for merger or acquisition failure is NOT costs, lack of synergy, incompatible strategy, etc. It's people.
Everyone wants to “start a conversation" or "join the conversation," but no one actually changes anything, sets a deadline for accomplishing it, defines the tactics that would make sense, or establishes who’s in charge.
While the advantages of an independent CEO and Chairman of the Board appear obvious, the advantages of the unified position are just as obvious when considering the day-to-day operations of a corporation.
Effective communications are a critical part of any attempt to persuade others, regardless of what you’re asking them to do. These tips and techniques will help to make you a better, more persuasive communicator.