Shinsu University White Collar Crime Workshop

Coming up on Friday 20 November 2020 – we hope to see you at this event organised by Daisuke Fukamizu, partner at Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu and associate research professor at Shinsu University. The full-day programme includes this roundtable: Corporate Culture & Corporate Crimes Roundtable Moderator Thomas Miles (University of Chicago) Panelists Tatsuhiko Inatani (KyotoContinue reading “Shinsu University White Collar Crime Workshop”

#EthicalBusinessPractice: Culture eats compliance for breakfast

NSF Conference 2020: Doing the Right Thing Corona-permitting, a bunch of interesting topics will be discussed at this year’s conference: How ethical business behaviour brings about financial benefit Delivering to the values of mission-led consumers Thinking value – not supply – chain Creating radical business change through individual employee behaviours New approaches to regulation –Continue reading “#EthicalBusinessPractice: Culture eats compliance for breakfast”

Risky Women Radio Podcast: #Ethics of Compliance – podcast & transcript

Risky Women Radio is a show that sets out to connect, celebrate and champion women in risk regulation and compliance. Listen in to this exchange on the Ethics of Compliance – and find the full transcript on riskywomen.org – as well as many more podcast episodes. I saw my career as one big black skiContinue reading “Risky Women Radio Podcast: #Ethics of Compliance – podcast & transcript”

The Five Key Secrets to Driving Cultural Change in Your Organisation

Pauline Blondet, VP Compliance EMEA at GAN Integrity, and I will discuss this these with a select group of ethics professionals this morning. I’ll share a follow-up post after the event with key insights – but for now, be sure to: Follow the #EthicalBusinessPractice hashtag on LinkedIn Check out the Connected CCO blog from GAN Integrity AndContinue reading “The Five Key Secrets to Driving Cultural Change in Your Organisation”

Driving a focus on ethical behaviour in your organisation

Coming up at the #RefinitivSummit in Sydney this week: Driving a focus on ethical behaviour in your organisation ● Is influencing activity on the front line more important than changing corporate policy? ● Are rules or principles more conducive to driving ethical behaviour? ● What role should deterrence have in embedding a values-based ethics system?Continue reading “Driving a focus on ethical behaviour in your organisation”

#EthicalBusinessPractice Thoughts from Sydney

This is my first visit to Australia (I’m here for this year’s #RefinitivSummit). And I have landed right in the middle of the best place and time to explore ethical business practice and regulation. Why? A Royal Commission on misconduct in banking and financial services recently delivered its final report. And banking touches all sectionsContinue reading “#EthicalBusinessPractice Thoughts from Sydney”

Chartered Banker: Are we getting to the root of what will drive change?

I recently participated in a webinar for the Chartered Banker Institute, focused on the importance of culture and conduct. It was a great opportunity to talk about something we are both passionately promoting in our respective lines of work: individual engagement with improving organisation culture and our accountability. Not only to our customers, and societyContinue reading “Chartered Banker: Are we getting to the root of what will drive change?”

Culture and Conduct: The many reasons why things go wrong and what can you do about it

Webcast | Monday 25th February | 1pm (GMT) Presenters: Ruth Steinholtz and Shona Matthews For most of us, compliance might seem something that happens to us, only about interpretations of what legislation and regulation requires of us; necessary but boring – a nuisance even. But what if doing the right thing was actually good for business?Continue reading “Culture and Conduct: The many reasons why things go wrong and what can you do about it”

The top ethical business practice posts of 2018

In 2018 readers from 55 countries stopped by to learn more about Ethical Business Practice – and Ethical Business Regulation. Thank you. As we wrap up a year with eight conferences, several consultations and two major reports — it turns out we also did 25 posts here on this blog. Here’s a quick roundup ofContinue reading “The top ethical business practice posts of 2018”

What is Ethical Business Practice and Regulation? A primer…

Excerpt from Ethical Business Practice & Regulation – by Christopher Hodges, Ruth Steinholtz This book explains why any organisation of human beings is more likely to succeed in its objectives if all the people involved aim to, and do, behave ethically. There is a considerable amount of solid scientific evidence that supports the idea thatContinue reading “What is Ethical Business Practice and Regulation? A primer…”