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Are Boards Equipped to Handle Disruptive Technologies?
Boards of directors know they need to help management drive the application of disruptive technology, and to be able to deal with the ensuing implications. But are they up to it?
Moral Leadership in Business: Now More Than Ever
If the case for moral leadership was strong before, it just became stronger.
Making Amends: From Corporate Felon to Ethics Champion
Richard Bistrong, former corporate criminal turned business ethics evangelist, talks about what he was thinking as he was committing crimes, and how he's worked to rebuild his life and reputation.
GDPR Brings Advertising Benefits to Big Tech
An interesting, and possibly unintended, short-term upshot of GDPR involves advertising. The regulation has spurred marketers to move more of their advertising money to the big tech companies.
AI, Ethics Can Collide in the Workplace
AI is being used in recruiting, hiring and onboarding, with major implications for HR and ethics and compliance professionals.
#MeToo Emphasizes Importance of Ethical Cultures
A recent roundtable talk held by Consero and LRN focused on questions of listening up, collaborations across business units, how to integrate discussion of behaviors into all aspects of the business.
Inspiration Motivates Employees Better Than Rules
Most ethics and compliance professionals say their organizations’ employees–regardless of industry–are not comfortable skipping authority levels to call out ethical issues.
LRN’s 25-Year Journey and What to Expect in Our Next 25 years
Reflections from LRN CEO Dov Seidman on 25 years of helping people around the world do the right thing and inspiring principled performance in business.
How to Build and Sustain an Ethical Culture in Public Safety
Cultivating a healthy speak-up culture is essential for any organization, including those in public safety.
Employee Activism: Moving Companies to Do More Good
Companies are being confronted by more activist employees, who are expecting their organizations to act in accordance with their values.
Boards Need to Confront Ethical Questions About Artificial Intelligence
A new report outlines nine challenges boards face regarding the use of artificial intelligence, and suggests ways directors can confront these issues in a consistent and unbiased manner.
Driving Diversity and Inclusion Throughout the Leadership Team
A recent panel discussion focused on frameworks to grow and nurture inclusive leadership in organizations, and how diversity and inclusion is driving innovation.
Key Role for E&C in Promoting Environmental, Social, Governance
The United Nations Compact Compact urges upon companies to align their strategies and operations with universal principles of human rights, labor, environment, anticorruption, and to advance societal.
Starting Over: GM Rebuilds Culture After Ignition Switch Problem
Ben DiPietro recaps Marsha Ershaghi Hames and GM's Shawn Rogers' recent session at SCCE's Chicago Regional Conference. Read more to learn how General Motors transformed their E&C strategy.
LRN’s David Greenberg and Tom Fox Go Deep on Board Oversight of E&C in a 5 Part Podcast Series
This special podcast series, "Across The Board", explores LRN's latest research report on board oversight and provides succinct and practical tips for educating, dealing with and reporting to boards.
Your Compliance Program Looks Good on Paper, but What Does it Do?
LRN's Susan Divers dives into the new Department of Justice guidance on the evaluation of corporate compliance programs, and finds it emphasizes results.
Effective Oversight Means Sometimes Taking a Second Look
A recent story about a company taking a second look at harassment claims originally dismissed shows the need for effective compliance oversight of human resources and other functions.
Does Your Ethics & Compliance Program Help Employees Behave Ethically?
It may seem like a ridiculous question, but the high-profile scandals that continue to unfold demonstrate the value of asking: does your ethics and compliance program actually influence behavior?
The Human Differentiator: Moral Leadership
People will need to use their empathy and imagination to stay relevant in the world of artificial intelligence.
Your Code of Conduct Looks Great, but What Does It Do?