First of all, I would like to demonstrate my appreciation and gratitude to the organisers, speakers and colleagues for sharing such a great and useful experience. The level has been simply top of the line!
I learned a lot, and I consolidated no fewer beliefs. My only complaint is that you need to choose among excellent topics/speakers since it is organised in tracks and it´s impossible to attend all the sessions. Difficult to pick up!!
Some learned lessons:
1.- Corporate Responsibility and Liability: A Global Perspective; U.S., UK, and EU. Gabriel L. Imperato, CasselOdell Guyton, and Robert Bond.
- No matter which country/legislation you are talking about, in a great part of them now, and in the near future for others, corporate responsibility and liability is/will be a reality.
- The existence and effectiveness of the organisation compliance program and the efforts to implement an effective compliance program is the key.
2.-Organisational Ethics: Making the Intangible Tangible. Sally March and Jane L. Mitchell.
Standards for compliance programs acknowledge the importance of an ethical culture, but what is it?
Thinking and sharing among the participants about What elements or features should have an ethical company? What feelings and signals do you perceive when you are in an ethical organisation? And in a not ethical one? Once you identify the elements, features, signs, even the feelings, you can assess them in order to measure if there is a real culture of compliance. [Read more…]