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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Comprehensively Compliant

The VW scandal illustrates the need for comprehensive compliance programs

By Ed Silverstein

Volkswagen is in the midst of an ethical and compliance nightmare after revelations surfaced about the company tampering with emissions software.

As a result, the scandal may cost the company tens of billions of dollars and damage the VW brand.

Even other German automakers are concerned about the scandal's impact hurting the reputation of their own cars.

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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Keeping compliance healthy

By David Bogoslaw

As government agencies issue more comprehensive guidelines for oversight and amid shifting compliance demands over time, boards see need for more regular reviews

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Monday, October 12, 2015

Internal Reporting of Issues in Healthcare

By Mary Bennett R.Ph.

Organizations across all industries now get it, including healthcare. Effective ethics and compliance programs must include a confidential mechanism for reporting misconduct, something most organizations accomplish using third-party assistance. As the world's largest hotline provider, NAVEX Global has the world's largest and most comprehensive database of reports and outcomes. Our analysis of this data is published in our annual Ethics & Compliance Hotline Benchmark Report1.

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Monday, September 28, 2015

Supply Chain Risk Continues to Challenge Companies

By Joe Mont

Rare is the business these days that can afford to be cavalier about the regulatory scrutiny on its supply chain. Rarer still is the enterprise not working hard to gain more visibility into its extended family of vendors and suppliers.

But are they doing what needs to be done effectively and efficiently?

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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

What VW fiasco says about company culture

By David Bogoslaw

Top leaders need to discuss how to develop and maintain a culture that balances performance pressures with emphasis on ethical business conduct

Volkswagen’s stunning admission this week that it used special software in its emissions devices to deceive US regulators about its diesel-powered vehicle emissions for the past six years has called up a host of questions about organizational culture and the strength of compliance programs at companies throughout the auto ...

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Yates Memo may put damper on corporate co-operation in DoJ probes

Justice Department's latest effort to increase convictions of individuals for corporate misconduct could backfire if firms see no benefit from sharing incomplete information 

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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

As Startups Grow, Many Start Needing Compliance Sooner

By Joe Mont

Once upon a time, rarely did startup companies—whether toiling away in a garage somewhere or moving their way up in the world—even consider a compliance program. It was a need only larger companies had, a point that startups would reach sometime in the future.

Many are starting to realize that the future is coming fast.

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Monday, August 31, 2015

NAVEX Global buys rival in Georgia, growing clients by 50 percent

By Mike Rogoway

NAVEX Global, a Lake Oswego company that helps large organizations manage their legal and regulatory compliance, said Monday it has acquired a rival called The Network, based in Georgia.

Each company had roughly 500 employees before the deal, according to NAVEX chief executive Bob Conlin, who will run the combined business. NAVEX now has 12,500 clients altogether, including 4,000 new ones from The Network.

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Monday, August 31, 2015

Portland Business Journal: NAVEX goes big with purchase of Atlanta competitor

By Malia Spencer

Ethics and compliance software maker NAVEX Global is buying Atlanta-based competitor The Network in a deal that will nearly double the Lake Oswego-based company's employee count.

NAVEX employs more than 500 people, with about 220 of them at its headquarters. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Don’t Let Bad Culture Short-Circuit Your Training

By Jaclyn Jaeger

A compliance training program is only as strong as the corporate culture for which its stands upon, and yet several cultural-related concerns that threaten to undermine training program effectiveness continue to persist.

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