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Working at the Intersection of Human Resources, Ethics, and Compliance - The Need for Collaboration
The Conference Board, October 2009, Pages: 27
Working at the Intersection of Human Resources, and Compliance the Need for Collaboration documents and discusses the findings of a 2008 research project, by investigating the opportunities and challenges inherent in interdepartmental and interfunctional collaboration between human resources and ethics and compliance.
The publication pursues cultural and organizational issues that may limit this collaboration, human resources’ potential leadership role, and ways of introducing metrics into the equation.
Case material about two companies using different approached to collaboration is included.
- The Human Resources and Ethics and Compliance Relationship – Subject to Periodic Change
- The Current Situation – Significant Collaboration
- Consensus Supporting Increased Collaboration
- Barriers to Greater Cooperation
- Cultural and Organizational Issues are the Key Drivers
- Utilizing Collaboration to Promote an Ethical Culture Two Case Studies
- A Marketing Company
- Contributions to Enhanced Revenue
- Building on Collaboration to Achieve Long-Term Organizational Effectiveness
- Identifying Successful Management Competencies for Ethics and Compliance Leadership
- Survey Profile
- About this Report
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