GoodCorporation accompagne ses clients dans l’élaboration, la mise en oeuvre et l’évaluation de leurs programmes d’éthique et de conformité afin de s’assurer qu’ils fonctionnent en pratique.

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Nos débats sont organisés à la Chambre des Lords et à la Chambre des Communes à Londres ainsi qu’au Club France-Amériques à Paris. Le prochain débat organisé le 15 mars portera sur l’entrée en vigueur du RGPD.

Recent topics have included:

Prévenir les risques de corruption : pourquoi l’approche de conformité n’est-elle pas suffisante? - Deux années [...]

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Just published our summer newsletter with views on the latest GDPR fines, Uber's decision to link pay awards to diversity targets, the grey area between tax evasion & tax avoidance and more - Read Update for - the latest in #businessethics #GDPR #ethics

"In smaller organisations you can take a more personal approach to shaping ethical culture” Good ideas in @Forbes on how #culture can be tailored: Our whitepaper set out what big firms can learn from the cultures of smaller ones:

Cooperation will be key to a successful DPA - UK anti-fraud agency sets out company plea deal guidelines via @financialtimes

Excellent article by @EthixGirl in the latest Board Agenda - "The freedom to raise concerns is a core component of an ethical business culture"

“The wrong culture can destroy a company” Great thoughts here in @Forbes on how #culture, right down to the language we use, can make a pivotal difference. See our work on this here:

"A company without an ethical culture will be unable to achieve an effective ethics and compliance programme” Clients are asking how culture can form the foundations of a future-proof ethics programme. Find out how we help them here

3/5 SMEs say appreciation is part of their culture: GoodCorporation’s white paper, Measuring Ethical Culture, showed other areas where larger companies can learn from smaller outfits when it comes to company #culture:

China to tackle corruption in Belt and Road projects via @financialtimes

However hard - we need to reach an agreement on a global level - Formulating values for AI is hard when humans do not agree via @financialtimes

“Leaders protect themselves and their companies when they create a culture of ethics.” Some great thoughts here from @HarvardBiz: Just one of the reasons our clients are investing in assessing their company #culture. See how here:

Do codes of conduct help cause and conceal unethical behaviour? Some interesting stats here - only 71% of codes in the study made it clear that the code applied to the executive as well as employees - food for thought?
How will Codes of Conduct evolve?

Uber ties executive bonuses to diversity targets - a welcome move by @Uber - will more follow suit? via @financialtimes

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