In my previous post, I shared my views on contribution of culture towards promotion of compliance. Now I would like to elaborate on this topic further, and share with you the results of some social psychology theories and experiments together with my views on how it might contribute to promotion and development of ethics and compliance in our business and society.Read More
We continue a series of posts called “Compliance Profession: The View from the Inside”. These are the interviews with known professionals in the area of corporate ethics and compliance who share interesting aspects of their work, ideas, views and useful materials.
Our today’s guest is Ario Dehghani. He came to Ukraine from Germany…Read More
It is well known that lawyers are great at envisioning what could go wrong. To turn the viewpoint of what could go wrong into a particular preventative action is a major mindset shift. This requires almost becoming a compliance officer. And the complexity of the market within which businesses operate in Ukraine already requires this from lawyers.Read More
Code of conduct is a reference book for every ethics & compliance professional and every compliance officer probably knows company’s code of conduct by heart. But, have you ever asked yourself why code of conduct is so important for businesses all around the globe? Does it bring any tangible value to a company? Lastly, what happens if a company chooses not to have one?Read More
I read this example in Yuval Noah Harari book “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind”. This is the extraordinary example when corruption helped the humanity...Read More
Over the years, many companies have experienced the resistance to ethics and compliance. During decades, it was common to say that it was too expensive to build a compliance system. However, such penny-wise mindset to compliance led to a pound-foolish aftermath. Accordingly, business culture has started changing slowly.Read More
We are starting a series of posts called “Compliance Profession: The View from the Inside”. In these posts, compliance and ethics professionals of today will share interesting aspects of their work, attitudes, views and useful materials. Our today’s guest is ...Read More
What does it take to make a brilliant career in Corporate Compliance and Ethics? I do not know, but starting with certification is definitely a good idea.
When I was deciding to get certified in compliance I was certain. I wanted something global and universal...Read More
In June 2017, the Fifth IOS Annual Conference in Regensburg on Corruption in Eastern/Southeastern Europe and Latin America was held. People talked about informality and corruption. The more the discussion lasted, the more we started to wonder. Where is a boundary between informality and conflict of interest or bribe?Read More
Last week, the EBRD, the OECD, the Business Ombudsman of Ukraine, and UNDP brought together over 100 senior practitioners from 30 countries for a 2-day regional expert seminar on Business Integrity in Eastern Europe and Central Asia followed by a 1-day roundtable on Business Integrity in ...Read More