My Compliance Library

Richard Bistrong checks in with occasional reviews on books he thinks would be helpful for compliance practitioners.

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‘The Culture Map’ reminds CCOs context is everything

2019-09-27T15:06:00+01:00

In his latest book review, Richard Bistrong explores Erin Meyer’s look at how global messages and programs need to be developed and understood on a country-by-country basis, as well as asking several compliance professionals their thoughts.

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My Compliance Library: Embedding nature and care into CCO job

2019-05-21T19:17:00+01:00

In his latest book review, Richard Bistrong explores Paul J. Zak’s theory on how building relationships with colleagues and keeping communications honest and vulnerable is key to establishing a high-performing company.

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My Compliance Library: How to create a ‘Fearless Organization’

2019-03-13T14:55:00+00:00

Richard Bistrong explains how Amy C. Edmondson’s book on organizational health relies on the idea that employees are not governed by fear, but rather empowered by a safe environment that embraces honesty and candor.

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My Compliance Library: Compliance lessons of fusing brand and culture

2018-09-05T10:00:00+01:00

Richard Bistrong takes an in-depth look at Denise Lee Yohn’s, “Fusion, How Integrating Brand and Culture Powers the World’s Greatest Companies,” which offers organizations a model for merging internal values with external branding and guides the compliance function in linking stated values to operations.

My Compliance Library: 'China's Crony Capitalism'

2018-04-03T10:15:00+01:00

In China’s Crony Capitalism, we see a system that is endemically corrupt and nearly impossible to reform. Richard Bistrong explores the 2016 novel by Minxin Pei.

My Compliance Library: Latest books show the way to better ethical decision making

2018-02-06T15:15:00+00:00

Workplace pressures can challenge even the most ethically stalwart, so how can we better frame tough ethical dilemmas and better see when we’re compromising our own values?