Newsletter | Volume 1

Issue I
Issue II
Issue III
Issue IV
Issue V
Issue VI
Issue VII
Issue VIII
Issue IX
Issue X
Issue XI
Issue XII
Issue XIII
Issue XIV
Issue XV
Issue XVI
Issue XVII
Issue XIX
Issue XX
Issue XXI
Issue XXII
Issue XXIV
Issue XXV
Issue XXVI
Issue XXIX
Issue XXX
Issue XXXI

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  • How can businesses be fair, clean and beneficial to all stakeholders and the society?
    To give merit to ethics and ethical behavior in business processes, practices and principles can make sense. However, the thin line in a commercial sense of what is right and what is wrong in the organizations requires the integration of an ethical corporate culture that takes over when everything else fails.
  • Individual ethics are born from promoting a culture of ethics program e.g. whistleblowing
    Whistleblowing is a valuable tool for monitoring the corporate governance strategy. It warrants employees to act on incidences of misconduct and help maintain a safe workplace, protect profits and brand reputation. If nobody is calling your whistleblower hotline, it is contrary to the international scope of whistleblower programs that effectively utilise valuable tips and bring wrongdoers to justice.
  • The Governance Dimension of Ethics and Integrity Issues
    Focus on ethics and compliance helps reduce damages due to misconduct, legal fees, lawsuits, investigations and other expenses associated with misconduct, without taking into consideration the most expensive part which is the loss of reputation and brand value.
  • How to stimulate the drive to enhance corporate culture
    FIFA, Volkswagen, Petrobras, BP and others can be added to the long list of governance failures past the credit and financial crisis that more or less wiped out the accumulated equity of the western financial institutions. The companies and oversight authorities have all undertaken to clean up their governance act to show meaningful results and the willingness to be able to implement and monitor the corporate culture of dishonesty.
  • Building a contingency plan for Anti-corruption and Bribery Enforcement
    A practical workshop on creating a safeguard against bribery and corruption. Danish companies have since the Viking era operated internationally. However just as the Vikings, the Danes are entrepreneurs/business people who traded (raided) as a means of doing business, acquiring capital that could be invested in business.