Culture and code of ethics: Connecting the dots through measurement

Article excerpt – By Ruth Steinholtz and Teri Quimby, JD, LLM in Ethikos Volume 36, Number 4. October 2022: Organizational culture seems to be discussed daily, yet few can define it. For our purpose, we can use a simple definition: the way we do things around here. Edgar Schein’s three components are useful for a more precise andContinue reading “Culture and code of ethics: Connecting the dots through measurement”

Last chance to respond to the Governance & Innovation – Call for Evidence

The IoD Centre for Corporate Governance is running a Public Inquiry: Governance & Innovation – Call for evidence – the deadline is the 31st of August 2022 and I encourage you to have your say. To get you thinking, here are a couple of my answers to their timely questions around regulation. Apart from rulesContinue reading “Last chance to respond to the Governance & Innovation – Call for Evidence”

Pre-order now: Outcome-Based Cooperation: In Communities, Business, Regulation, and Dispute Resolution

Out this September – a new timely book from my co-author Chris Hodges: How do we cooperate – in social, local, business, and state communities? This book proposes an Outcome-Based Cooperative Model, in which all stakeholders work together on the basis of trust and respect to achieve shared aims and outcomes. The Outcome-Based Cooperative ModelContinue reading “Pre-order now: Outcome-Based Cooperation: In Communities, Business, Regulation, and Dispute Resolution”

Putting the “Why” above the “What”; reasserting fighting financial crime as the core purpose of financial crime compliance activity

Join me at the the key event for financial institutions and fintechs to manage their financial crime risks – the 2022 Anti-Financial Crime Summit – this December. I’ll be in conversation with Shelley Schachter-Cahm, Chief Compliance Officer, CEX.io EXPERT INTERVIEW: Putting the “Why” above the “What”; reasserting fighting financial crime as the core purpose ofContinue reading Putting the “Why” above the “What”; reasserting fighting financial crime as the core purpose of financial crime compliance activity

New Chair of the UK Regulatory Horizons Council

This just in from the UK RHC – and with that congrats to my longtime #EthicalBusinessRegulation co-author Chris Hodges: The Business Secretary, Kwasi Kwarteng, has appointed Christopher Hodges OBE for a term of three years from August 2022 as the new Chair of the Regulatory Horizons Council, an independent expert committee established to ensure thatContinue reading “New Chair of the UK Regulatory Horizons Council”

Compliance, Ethics, and Organizational Culture

Learning opportunity from the SCCE – shows that even people who are focused on compliance have come to realise that culture, values, behavioural science, cultural assessment are all important aspects of their role – in fact, they are indispensable! Mitigating the Effects of Unconscious Bias Diagnosing Your Culture Measuring ethical culture in a remote environmentContinue reading “Compliance, Ethics, and Organizational Culture”

Leading an Effective Ethics & Compliance Ambassadors Program

Extend the reach of your compliance and ethics program Whether you call yours an “Ambassadors Program”, “Champions Program”, or “Liaison Program”, they all do the same thing—spread awareness and broaden the reach of your compliance and ethics program by using businesspeople as extra arms, legs, and ears. Join us on August 18, 2022 for thisContinue reading “Leading an Effective Ethics & Compliance Ambassadors Program”