LRN Blog

Read the latest perspectives on all things ethics and compliance from LRN's own thought leaders.

  • Boards Need to Signal Their Commitment to Ethics, Compliance

    Boards Need to Signal Their Commitment to Ethics, Compliance

    How can compliance play a role in bringing about in the board a greater awareness of, and a respect for, the idea that good behavior and effective oversight can make for better-performing companies?

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  • Defining Compliance Means Moving Beyond Rules

    Defining Compliance Means Moving Beyond Rules

    Ben DiPietro summarizes LRN's two speaking sessions led by Emily Miner and Marsha Ershaghi Hames at SCCE's Regional Philadelphia Compliance and Ethics Conference.

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  • The Intoxicating Lure of Big Dreams

    The Intoxicating Lure of Big Dreams

    A person obsessed with achieving a goal they deem to be noble in purpose can attract lots of attention and money to pursue their idea.

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  • Signs of Bad Blood Existed Long Before Theranos Scandal Broke

    Signs of Bad Blood Existed Long Before Theranos Scandal Broke

    The toxic culture at blood-testing firm Theranos that was exposed by Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou existed long before the company's scandalous story was made public.

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  • The Theranos Story: Blood is Thicker Than Ethics

    The Theranos Story: Blood is Thicker Than Ethics

    Our own Ben DiPietro recaps reporter John Carreyrou's visit to LRN to discuss Theranos and Silicoln Valley culture.

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  • 4 Words You Need to Know in 2019

    4 Words You Need to Know in 2019

    LRN looks at some trends in risk and compliance that you need to be aware of in 2019. Four words will be prominent: mobile, operationalization, accessibility and accountability.

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  • Doing Good Brings Valuable Rewards to Volunteers

    Doing Good Brings Valuable Rewards to Volunteers

    The father-in-law of my U.K.-based LRN colleague, Debbie Alameddine, was diagnosed in 2014 with pancreatic cancer...

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  • Count Your Blessings on Giving Tuesday

    Count Your Blessings on Giving Tuesday

    LRN employees will be taking part in Giving Tuesday activities around the world.

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  • Taking Ethics and Compliance From Talk to Action

    Taking Ethics and Compliance From Talk to Action

    How to take talk of compliance and ethics and make it something that truly takes root among employees, stakeholders and third-party partners was the topic of discussion this week during a webinar feat

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  • Making Compliance More Intrinsic to the Business

    Making Compliance More Intrinsic to the Business

    LRN chats with chief compliance officer Louis Sapirman about ways ethics and compliance can build alliances in the organization to help make the case for better behavior to the C-suite and boardroom.

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  • How a Flat and Self Governing organization, can help you achieve your career goals.

    How a Flat and Self Governing organization, can help you achieve your career goals.

    Read a former employee's first-hand account of his journey at LRN and how the company's flat organizational structure helped grow his career.

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  • Compliance Week is Great, But Focus Needs to be Year-Round

    Compliance Week is Great, But Focus Needs to be Year-Round

    Is Compliance Week still relevant? Is it just a check-the-box exercise now? Read more to learn what compliance experts really think about the effectiveness of compliance week.

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  • Mobile Enablement as a Compliance and Ethics Program Strategy

    Mobile Enablement as a Compliance and Ethics Program Strategy

    As today’s workforce leverages mobile devices as a normalized aspect of information access, the growth of mobile content consumption is reshaping how ethics and compliance practitioners innovate...

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  • Latin America Embraces Mobile but Culture Questions Present Challenges

    Latin America Embraces Mobile but Culture Questions Present Challenges

    Discover the biggest challenges Latin American companies engaged in digital transformation are facing and how to overcome them.

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  • Mobile Offers Opportunities to Advance Ethics, Compliance

    Mobile Offers Opportunities to Advance Ethics, Compliance

    LRN's own Ben DiPietro dives into the topic of digital transformation and the opportunities mobile devices offer to advance compliance and ethics.

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  • Unpacking New York Anti-Sexual Harassment Training Needs

    Unpacking New York Anti-Sexual Harassment Training Needs

    LRN's Jen Farthing is featured in the November issue SCCE's Compliance & Ethics Professional magazine. In her article, she unpacks the New York Anti-Sexual Harassment training requirements. Read more.

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  • Who is Responsible for Ethics?

    Who is Responsible for Ethics?

    Kara Swisher of The New York Times last week wrote an op-ed about ethics and Silicon Valley. In it she wrote: “When asked about the idea of a single source of wisdom on ethics, some point out that...

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  • Setting The Right Tone On The Ground: Strategies for Front-Line Leaders and Managers

    Setting The Right Tone On The Ground: Strategies for Front-Line Leaders and Managers

    On SCCE’s podcast, Compliance Perspectives, LRN's Marsha Ershaghi Hames discusses how front-line management can take greater accountability to architect corporate culture on the ground.

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  • What Do You Want Your Code of Conduct to Do? Three Things To Think About

    What Do You Want Your Code of Conduct to Do? Three Things To Think About

    The purpose of a Code of Conduct is to affect behavior – to reinforce good behavior and discourage bad behavior. But HOW do we do that? Three words answer that question – inspire, guide, and enable.

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  • #MeToo Shows Compliance Can Do Better

    #MeToo Shows Compliance Can Do Better

    As the #MeToo movement continues to affect the business world, it exposes a weak spot in compliance: If compliance is doing its job well, why are there so many cases of workplace harassment and abuse?

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