Essentials of Enterprise Compliance. Essentials Series

  • ID: 2209242
  • Book
  • 160 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Praise for ESSENTIALS OF Enterprise Compliance

"A worthy read. I always viewed compliance as a nebulous term but now see that compliance is not a mystery; it′s a logical approach to ensuring that the company can meet shareholder and stakeholder obligations while producing the best products or services."
Mark Lunday, Principal Project Manager, Microsoft Services

"Susan and Mara Conway provide a clear and decisive message on governance and compliance that traditionally has been thought of as confusing and obscure. This book is a must–read if you are in the process of reviewing your existing governance policies and procedures, or in the process of incorporating a compliance road map."
Tim Smith, Business Intelligence Practice Manager, Sogeti USA

The essential guide for a proven compliance framework that encompasses corporate governance, operational/technology, and global/workforce requirements

A practical resource for chief financial officers, executives, directors, managers, attorneys, and consultants, Essentials of Enterprise Compliance equips you with an understanding of:

  • The relationship between governance and compliance

  • Establishing a unified and holistic governance and compliance framework

  • Trends in governance and compliance

  • Global markets changing the business landscape

  • How to align business strategy with corporate citizenship and sustainability

  • The tools, frameworks, methods, and processes for advancing sustainabilityfor global business success

Discovering solutions that meet the vision for competitive advantage and compliance requirements should be a joint vision of all parties within an organization. The only guide you need containing all the relevant facts of enterprise compliance, Essentials of Enterprise Compliance presents a consistent and sustainable compliance framework for integration throughout an organization, all in one place.

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Chapter 1 Compliance: Law and Society.

Chapter 2 Global Perspective.


Chapter 3 A Framework for Governance.

Chapter 4 Exploring the Potential.


Chapter 5 Compliance at the Desktop.

Chapter 6 Powering Compliance.

Appendix A Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002 Effective Compliance and Ethics Program.

Appendix B Description of the Technology Features Relevant to Compliance.


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Susan D. Conway is one of Microsoft′s passionate advocates of productivity improvement, currently working with public agencies, including the U.S. Air Force, Federal Reserve, and Maricopa County, Arizona, and with commercial enterprises, including Nationwide Insurance, Carlson Hotels, and Korean Air, on business intelligence and productivity. She is the author ofThe Think Factory (Wiley) and coauthor ofUnlocking Knowledge Assets.

Mara E. Conway is an attorney focused on international law, immigration, and employment law. She has practiced in Washington, California, New York, and Japan (as a U.S. expert within a Japanese law firm). She has practiced both federal and state law and advised a wide variety of enterprises on compliance and employment related issues.

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