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How Policy and Corporate Culture Can Collide

Matt Kelly | March 9, 2015

Elsewhere on our website this week you can find an excellent article on the policy management questions about that most difficult of policies a compliance officer has to manage: business travel. If you’re looking for a good overview of the latest risks a travel policy should address, and how to impose one, give it a read.

Here, however, I want to approach business travel from a different angle—because I can’t cite a better example of how companies try to implement a well-meaning policy and poison their culture along the way. Business travel is the perfect case-study of the limits of policy management butting up against the desire for a strong corporate culture.

The subject has been on my mind ever since an acquaintance called me to complain about his own company’s horrendous new policy for business travel. For reasons unclear to him—because the...

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