Influence

Eric Lambert Returns! Design Thinking for Compliance.

Eric Lambert Returns! Design Thinking for Compliance.

What is “Design Thinking” and how does it apply to compliance? Design Thinking is an approach to product development, but more broadly, it is an approach to problem solving. Eric Lambert explains how Design Thinking can improve adoption and engagement of compliance programs.  By focusing on the needs of the “users” of the compliance program, it can be improved for both front-line employees and executive leadership, working to give them solutions that meet their needs.

 

[PODCAST] Tom Fox Returns to Discuss His New Podcast on Leadership

[PODCAST] Tom Fox Returns to Discuss His New Podcast on Leadership

On Masters of Disaster this week, Tom Fox introduces listeners to his new podcast on leadership beginning February 2016 called Twelve O’Clock High. 

[PODCAST] Kathleen Edmond: The Devil is in the Data

[PODCAST] Kathleen Edmond: The Devil is in the Data

Data and metrics in ethics and compliance are becoming more important, but are also hard to find.  How do you measure the number of times a disaster did not happen? Still, board audit committees tend to value data-based storytelling, and using more data is necessary to keep compliance and ethics adequately resourced. Kathleen Edmond is featured on today’s podcast to explain her perspective on the problem of data for compliance and ethics practitioners.

[PODCAST] Eric Lambert: Build Compliance by Design through Relationships

[PODCAST] Eric Lambert: Build Compliance by Design through Relationships

Eric Lambert shares the advantages of “Compliance by Design” approach to legal risks. Compliance by Design advocates building into products and processes compliance strategies to allow the business to operate without slowing down. Eric recommends building strong relationships in the business to allow this pro-active approach to succeed.

[PODCAST] Shari Alexander: Influence is the Foundation of an Effective Ethics & Compliance Team

[PODCAST] Shari Alexander: Influence is the Foundation of an Effective Ethics & Compliance Team

Influence is the foundation of a successful compliance and ethics team.  Sharí Alexander is an Influence Coach helping people use the dark artsof con-artists, spies, interrogators and hostage negotiators for positive change in business and life. Ethics and compliance professionals continually strive to achieve influence in their companies, and influence requires a strategy. 

[PODCAST] Tom Fox - Its Simple, Just not Easy

[PODCAST] Tom Fox - Its Simple, Just not Easy

On the premiere episode of the Masters of Disaster podcast, Tom Fox points out that companies usually have the controls in place that can be used to support an FCPA compliance program.