Artificial intelligence transforming how educators approach teaching
Posted on 05-13-2019 by Korinne Bressler

Our latest Expert Q&A features Dr. Amy Ogan, an Associate Professor in the Human Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. Her research project uses AI to improve teaching and learning methods, and her work could benefit many millions... Read More

How audits help companies avoid risk management angst
Posted on 05-07-2019 by Lisa Thompson

Many people cringe when they hear the word ‘audit’ because it is almost inextricably linked with ‘tax’—another cringe-worthy topic. Admittedly, audits can be uncomfortable; very few people enjoy time spent under a microscope... Read More

We Must Protect Press Freedom—Now More than Ever
Posted on 05-06-2019 by Korinne Bressler

In our daily lives, few things drive discourse and conversation more than the press. The coverage, investigation and reporting of news is the fuel that carries small conversation, political discourse and general around-the-water-cooler chatter. In our... Read More

How to message with due diligence
Posted on 05-06-2019 by Lisa Thompson

In March, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) issued revised guidance for the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act’s (FCPA) Corporate Enforcement Policy (CEP) concerning the adoption of rules and regulations around the use of ephemeral messaging platforms... Read More

Sustainability-focused companies lower the boom on ocean plastics
Posted on 05-02-2019 by Lisa Thompson

Blame it on Blue Planet II. Since the nature documentary series began airing in early 2018, the blight of ocean plastics has come into focus for those who have watched it. Sir David Attenborough has become the Jiminy Cricket for this generation—a... Read More

Four Tips to Compile a Competitive Data Dossier
Posted on 04-30-2019 by Korinne Bressler

In the information age, data serves as the ultimate currency. Advertisers pay for it, platforms build empires on top of it, and researchers devote significant resources to find it. Yet much like currency, not all data holds equal value. Instead of using... Read More

Trust starts with honesty
Posted on 04-30-2019 by Lisa Thompson

Today is National Honesty Day. It’s an ironic ending to a month that begins with the mischief and mayhem of April Fool’s. But in an era marked by declining trust in institutions, honesty is a hot commodity. And while trust in government and... Read More

Is worker welfare part of your corporate social responsibility commitment?
Posted on 04-26-2019 by Lisa Thompson

The World Day for Safety and Health at Work is a time to focus on issues that range from simple office practices (watch your posture) to slack attitudes or procedures that lead to devastating consequences on a massive scale. The International Labour... Read More

Are you ready to unlock the magic of machine learning?
Posted on 04-22-2019 by Korinne Bressler

Machine learning has become a buzzword in recent years, but the term dates to 1959 when AI-pioneer Arthur Samuel described machine learning as giving “computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed.” Decades later, having... Read More

Frontline compliance requires expert juggling
Posted on 04-18-2019 by Lisa Thompson

There’s no room for clowning about when it comes to risk management and maintaining the integrity of international business. According to records of ancient Chinese history, the armies of the Chu and Song states were facing each other in readiness... Read More

Every Day is Earth Day for Companies Committed to Corporate Social Responsibility
Posted on 04-17-2019 by Lisa Thompson

Is sustainability part of your corporate social responsibility commitment ? This year’s Earth Day festivities mark the 49th year of the global awareness event and brings into focus a pressing concern for all Earthlings—from CEOs to regular... Read More

1.1 Billion Reasons Companies Need a Robust FCPA Compliance Process
Posted on 04-17-2019 by Lisa Thompson

There were only three FCPA enforcement actions in the first quarter of 2019, but the small number obscures a bigger threat to corporate bottom lines—fines totalling $1.1 billion. This figure eclipses the total settlements in Q1 2018—also for... Read More

Operation Varsity Blues Makes the Case for ISO 37001 Adoption
Posted on 04-12-2019 by Lisa Thompson

Is anyone really surprised by the college admissions bribery scandal? Sure, it’s nice to think that academia is a bastion for the best and the brightest. But there’s a longstanding tradition where the family name—and perhaps an endowment—greases... Read More

What global anti-corruption compliance trends are on the OECD's radar?
Posted on 04-09-2019 by Lisa Thompson

This year is the 20th anniversary of the implementation of the OECD’s Anti-Bribery Convention. So, we went to Paris to meet Patrick Moulette, Head of the OECD Anti-Corruption Division. He explained that the global spread of negotiated settlements... Read More

Hearty risk management yields healthy dividends
Posted on 04-05-2019 by Lisa Thompson

Most risk management professionals know the adage, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” But in the digital age, you need more than an ounce of prevention when it comes to mitigating regulatory and reputational risk . It’s... Read More