COVID-19: Crisis or Opportunity for Corporate Culture?

Implications for Why and How Ethics and Compliance Should Thrive in This Evolving World • Assess culture and use the information to build new paradigms• Shift role of functions, including ethics & compliance, to more collaborative work focused on corporate purpose• Help leaders better communicate in a time when new working practices demand quality leadershipContinue reading “COVID-19: Crisis or Opportunity for Corporate Culture?”

2021 European Compliance & Ethics Institute

Though we are all disappointed we will not be together in-person, SCCE remains dedicated to providing a first-class learning experience while keeping the health and well being of everyone a top priority.  The 2021 European Compliance & Ethics Institute will have the great speakers and content you’ve come to expect at the in-person event. Learn about the challenges facingContinue reading “2021 European Compliance & Ethics Institute”

Building a Common Language for Skills

Sometimes it is the basics that matter most. The World Economic Forum (WEF) recently published its A Global Taxonomy, Building a Common Language for Skills at Work. It does nothing less than outline the skills, attitudes and abilities required for the future of work. The WEF estimates that 50% of all employees will need newContinue reading “Building a Common Language for Skills”

Compliance is the outcome

Join top legal professionals with discussion on the latest developments – at the Global Life Sciences Law Conference. The conference, which will take place virtually over two days in March. Session on Day 1: Compliance is the outcome of an effective ethical culture How to achieve balance so that compliance does not undermine ethical behaviour:Continue reading “Compliance is the outcome”

2021 World Economic Forum

So many sessions, so little time. If you only have time for one, here’s a session related to the broader debate around Ethical Business Practice: Stakeholder Capitalism: Building the Future Speakers: Edward Felsenthal, Mariana Mazzucato, Klaus Schwab, Alexander De Croo, Angelique Kidjo, Dan Schulman Further sessions that may be of interest… Implementing Stakeholder Capitalism Reorienting Boards for the Long Term ReassessingContinue reading “2021 World Economic Forum”


With the challenges facing society today, the role played by business has never been more vital. We’ve covered the The British Academy’s Future of the Corporation programme on this blog earlier – including the Principles for Purposeful Business that place purpose at the heart of the way business operates and the policies that govern the relationship betweenContinue reading “#FutureoftheCorporation”

‘The future of regulation is culture’

Isolated application of deterrence theory isn’t enough to solve most of the problems regarding unethical behavior in business and enterprises. Recent studies presented in our new article titled: ‘The future of regulation is culture’: opportunities to change unethical behaviour in business and public administration in Brazil by Christopher Hodges, Ruth Steinholtz, Alexandre Aroeira Salles …Continue reading “‘The future of regulation is culture’”

AretéWork Quarterly – The Year-in-Review – 2020

The AreteWork Quarterly recently went out – in case you missed it, here’s an excerpt. You can read the full issue here. And to be sure to get the next edition, subscribe: AretéWork Quarterly – The Year-in-Review – 2020 Well, what a year! It has certainly tested our resilience and ability to adapt. I’m gratefulContinue reading “AretéWork Quarterly – The Year-in-Review – 2020”