Author: Amol Nadkarni

Photo Credit: The 7 Day Travel  Since coming to power in November 2012, Chinese President Xi Jinping has made it his mission to further legitimize the authority of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). In an effort to do so, Xi and his administration, have embarked on an unprecedented and far-reaching campaign against corruption. Ever since… Read More

Photo Credit: Janak Raja via Flickr Throughout its forty plus year history, European aircraft and defense group Airbus has been no stranger to controversy. Whether it was the long-running investigation into alleged corruption in an Airbus subsidiary operating in Saudi Arabia or an insider trading investigation involving company shares, scandal seems to follow Airbus, no… Read More

Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Uruguay) Soccer (or “football” depending on your geographic orientation) is often referred to as the “beautiful game.” Of late, as recently as this month, the sport has become a bit less beautiful. The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (known as FIFA), the international governing body of soccer, has been embroiled in a… Read More

Photo Credit: International Organization of Standardization (via Veracity Asset Management Group) Back in October, the International Organization of Standardization (ISO) released the long awaited ISO 37001, a new international standard designed to help organizations prevent, detect and address bribery. As a potential game changer in international anti-bribery standards, the ISO 37001 can be used by… Read More

Photo Credit: Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (via Flickr) For any company to reach its full potential, a change toward a culture of compliance and ethics is needed. This change should start from the top, with management leading the way. However, to truly foster an environment of compliance and ethics, everyone in the organization… Read More

Photo Credit: Jack Kurzenknabe via Flickr As a longtime fan of the National Football League (NFL) team the Buffalo Bills, I know how hard it can be to change the culture of an organization. The Bills have not made the NFL playoffs since 1999 and as a result have developed a “culture of losing” that… Read More

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