The professor who created CW’s first-ever self-directed learning module explains what compliance practitioners can expect to get out of the course—and why it’s an essential tool in an evolving cyber-risk landscape.
Take this self-directed, interactive 2-hour course to deepen your understanding of cybersecurity risks and learn about the latest regulations to keep your organization compliant and prepared for today’s dangerous cyber-environment.
COVID-19 has altered how companies operate their anti-corruption compliance programs, but not necessarily for the worse, according to experts from PepsiCo and Cook Group who shared their experiences at a recent Diligent virtual summit.
A Compliance Week and Fulcrum survey of more than 200 compliance, audit, legal, and finance executives worldwide revealed support for ESG initiatives, but uncertainty about how to monitor progress and measure results.
Implementing the SEC’s new “marketing rule” for investment advisers tops the list of concerns among chief compliance officers in the industry, according to new research.
Technology is changing every aspect of life and automation is reducing the effort required for even the most complex of business processes.
Whistleblower is a loaded term, one that conjures up images of rats, snitches, and backstabbers. Maybe it’s time to call it something different.
A recent roundtable on managing resources while confronting regulatory change looked at the importance of balancing machine learning and artificial intelligence with human intelligence and intervention.
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Working in compliance requires a mix of risk management, business strategy understanding, regulatory analysis, and interpersonal influence. Also important is overcoming one’s own internal roadblocks to doing the right thing.
A recent roundtable on best practices for risk management saw delegates share their experiences in conducting assessments that are accurate, effective, and efficient.
Shortlisted for CW’s 2021 Lifetime Achievement award, Joe Murphy discusses blazing the trail in compliance and ethics, why incentives matter, and the single-most important skill of a compliance practitioner.
No one can hold your hand up the corporate ladder, but Executive Coach and Consultant Amii Barnard-Bahn is willing to give you a nudge up every rung in her new book.
At the end of the day, how does an organization measure the effectiveness of company-wide cultural initiatives? Volkswagen has answers, utilizing perception workshops, mood barometers, and new diversity and inclusion initiatives as part of its culture rebuild post-Dieselgate.
A revamped code of conduct and the Together4Integrity campaign stood out as significant milestones for Hiltrud Werner & Co. as Volkswagen began to embrace its Dieselgate monitorship as a way to improve company culture.
Are you confident that your sexual harassment policy and training are compliant with the nuances of numerous state and local laws, many of which have changed recently?
Volkswagen’s recently concluded three-year monitorship is chronicled in CW’s latest in-depth case study, which spares no detail in following the world’s largest automaker’s comeback from its biggest mistake.
An expert panel at CW’s 2021 National Conference discussed the importance for companies to embrace behavioral analytics in their training programs to align with updates to the DOJ’s “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” guidance.
Editor in Chief Dave Lefort shares what he’s most looking forward to ahead of Compliance Week’s 16th annual National Conference from May 11-13.
Given the “cancel culture” era we are in today, writes Jaclyn Jaeger, the need for senior executives to be mindful about the things they say and do outside the workplace is more critical than ever before.
LRN’s “2021 Ethics & Compliance Program Effectiveness Report” highlights the strengthening of ethical culture that has occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Substantial investments from industries like financial services have helped raise the status of compliance as a rewarding career path. Jason Morris of the ICA provides insight on where aspiring compliance officers can get started.