Enterprise Compliance Today

Prejudice and Abuse in Youth Detention

Posted by Greg Carroll on Fri, Aug 05, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

This week I digress from my usual evangelism of all things GRC for a bit of self-indulgent introspection asking the rhetorical question: Why is our only tolerance the tolerance of prejudice?

“Ultimately, America's answer to the intolerant man is diversity.” — Robert Kennedy.

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Tags: corporate governance, ethics, leadership

Social Responsibility is the New Black in Risk

Posted by Greg Carroll on Mon, Jul 11, 2016 @ 12:51 PM

Even more than reputational risk or cyber risk, social unrest is lining up to be a greater disrupter than any other issue. From Brexit to ISIS to race relations, civil unrest is shaping up to have a profound impact on business.  For the management of uncertainty on business objectives to be truly effective then risk needs to also include all items that disrupt the marketplace.  As such, Social Responsibility is the primary strategy to ensure business resilience.

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Tags: ethics

Citibank vs Berkshire Hathaway – The Power of Ethics in Governance

Posted by Greg Carroll on Tue, May 12, 2015 @ 01:27 PM

Maybe "Greed is Good" but with a 300% increase in Shareholder Value Berkshire Hathaway proves Ethics pays better!  But if Ethics pays, the traditional "zero tolerance" preach & penalize awareness training approach won't get you there, nuturing will.


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Tags: corporate governance, shareholder value, ethics