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(English) How can corporate culture be measured?

With poor corporate culture perceived to be a business risk in itself, what should companies be doing to mitigate that risk and ensure they have the right culture in place? GoodCorporation asked L’Oreal’s Senior Vice President & Chief Ethics Officer, Emmanuel Lulin to explore the value, strategic importance and practicalities of measuring corporate culture at a…

(English) How will the ICO police the GDPR in practice and how can companies demonstrate adequate procedures to avoid sanctions?

Against a backdrop of data protection headlines, Jonathan Bamford, Head of Parliament and Government Affairs for the ICO opened GoodCorporation’s debate on GDPR enforcement by focussing on trust.  According to research by the ICO, in the UK, only 1 in 5 consumers trusts organisations with their personal data, despite data protection legislation being in force…

(English) How can speak-up systems be truly effective in complex global organisations?

Building a truly effective speak-up system in a global organisation is extremely challenging. While a single reporting system may be desirable, how can such a system be devised and implemented when attitudes towards speaking out or whistleblowing vary dramatically from country to country? For large global organisations, this presents a real problem.   Any form of…

(English) How will the Criminal Finances Act change the corporate legal landscape and what compliance challenges does it bring?

The debate began with an overview of the significant new powers and changes brought about by the Criminal Finances Act: Ability to seek multiple extensions to the SAR moratorium period for up to an additional six months. Introduction of information orders, compelling the provision of information relating to any issue raised by a domestic or…