LRN Corporation

  • Business Risks to Watch in 2020

    Business Risks to Watch in 2020

    For the first time, cyber ranked as the top global risk, as increased reliance on data and IT systems, and high-profile cases have made businesses aware of potential cyber threats.

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  • Big Impact of DOJ Guidelines on Small-, Medium-Sized Firms

    Big Impact of DOJ Guidelines on Small-, Medium-Sized Firms

    Compliance standards often are set in response to U.S. federal criminal prosecutions involving large corporations; this may make small- and medium-sized organizations fall behind.

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  • Companies Varied in Response to California's Privacy Law

    Companies Varied in Response to California's Privacy Law

    Companies are offering mixed responses thus far to the California Consumer Privacy Act.

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  • California's New Privacy Law: What You Need to Know

    California's New Privacy Law: What You Need to Know

    The California Consumer Privacy Act is the first of its kind in the U.S., and it’s unlikely to be the last.

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  • Whistleblowers: Good for Business

    Whistleblowers: Good for Business

    The truth is, internal whistleblowing is good for business.

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  • Upward Mobility: Dr. Haynes Bolts Into Action on Access, Opportunity, Community

    Upward Mobility: Dr. Haynes Bolts Into Action on Access, Opportunity, Community

    Dr. B. Sarah Haynes PH.D. talks about how Bolt is entering the market and the impact its products offer in terms of access to education and healthcare.

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  • Board and CEO’s Private Life: Finding Balance Between Oversight, Intrusion

    Board and CEO’s Private Life: Finding Balance Between Oversight, Intrusion

    Risks posed by poor CEO conduct and reckless behavior can't be mitigated or properly reported without measures in place to monitor a CEO’s personal life.

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  • Best Codes Drive and Reinforce Values, Ethics

    Best Codes Drive and Reinforce Values, Ethics

    Companies instill trust and reinforce the organization’s culture, business, and brand by providing employees with the tools needed to make ethical decisions.

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  • Next-Gen Ethics and Compliance: Ana-Paola Capaldo de Aoun Builds Bridges to Get Buy-in

    Next-Gen Ethics and Compliance: Ana-Paola Capaldo de Aoun Builds Bridges to Get Buy-in

    Her focus now is on creating programs that resonate across cultures and locations, working collaboratively with other business units and ensuring the business has a purpose beyond profit.

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  • Thinking Around the Corner: KKR’s Bruce Karpati Embraces the Passion and Purpose of Ethics, Compliance

    Thinking Around the Corner: KKR’s Bruce Karpati Embraces the Passion and Purpose of Ethics, Compliance

    Karpati shares key characteristics for a chief compliance officer to be successful and innovative initiatives he is implementing to ensure the company gets ahead of potential threats.

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  • Anti-Harassment Videos Must Respect Employees’ Sophistication

    Anti-Harassment Videos Must Respect Employees’ Sophistication

    In New York, California, and other states and cities, regulations require anti-sexual harassment training programs to cover a lot of legal ground.

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  • Generational Perceptions of Workplace Discrimination

    Generational Perceptions of Workplace Discrimination

    Younger employees are detecting and experiencing workplace harassment and discrimination at different levels than their older colleagues.

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  • Diversity Brings More Benefits Than Inclusive Company Culture

    Recent research by The Wall Street Journal underscores that diversity correlates with better performance and a competitive edge.

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  • Transforming Corporate Culture Through Behavioral Ethics: A Conversation With Alexandre Di Miceli

    Transforming Corporate Culture Through Behavioral Ethics: A Conversation With Alexandre Di Miceli

    Behavioral ethics is a new and multi-disciplinary field. Contextual pressures that influence a person’s transgressions greatly changes how companies address ethics and compliance issues.

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  • Global Ethics and Compliance: Jonathan Drimmer on Tailoring Values-Based Programs for Multinationals

    Global Ethics and Compliance: Jonathan Drimmer on Tailoring Values-Based Programs for Multinationals

    Jonathan explains how a one-size-fits-all compliance program doesn’t work for a multinational company, and how programs, training and engagement can all be improved by taking a hyper-local approach.

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  • Taking Care of Business: Lisa Beth Lentini Walker Becomes a Champion of Well-Being and Mindfulness

    Taking Care of Business: Lisa Beth Lentini Walker Becomes a Champion of Well-Being and Mindfulness

    Lisa discusses how fears with mentoring the opposite sex in times of #metoo movement are unjustified and how companies can improve and monitor diversity and inclusion going forward

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  • Public Apologies Doomed to Fail Without Authenticity, Sincerity

    Public Apologies Doomed to Fail Without Authenticity, Sincerity

    What goes into an authentic public apology?

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  • Engineering a Career in Ethics and Compliance: Braskem’s Joe Henry on Creating the Right Formula for a Values-Based Business

    Engineering a Career in Ethics and Compliance: Braskem’s Joe Henry on Creating the Right Formula for a Values-Based Business

    Henry explains the importance of getting all business owners on board with policies, leading by example, and walking the tightrope between disciplined control and bureaucracy.

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  • A Pragmatic Approach to Operationalizing your Compliance and Ethics Program59:38

    A Pragmatic Approach to Operationalizing your Compliance and Ethics Program

    Henry Schein discusses strategies around leveraging technology, overcoming challenges, integrating benchmarking and best practices and promoting incentives for impact.

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  • 2019 Code of Conduct Report

    2019 Code of Conduct Report

    Our study of nearly 100 publicly-available Codes shows they inspire principled performance, guides employees in how to live the organization's values, and enables them to make ethical decisions.

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