Posted: 01/10/2012 9:09 am With Richard Leblanc A major organization knows it is not running efficiently and that over the years, systems have been spliced on to other systems, behaviour has become entrenched, innovation has stalled and the bureaucracy has run amuck. The balance sheet is not looking good and tweaking the system hasn’t helped.
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Published in Huffington Post on November 20, 2012 By Richard Leblanc and Deborah Nixon The Walmart bribery probe has widened beyond Mexico to include China, Brazil and India. The RCMP is investigating the SNC Lavalin bribery allegations, on which Richard advised a law firm suing the company. Richard blogged about Sino-Forest, a case of alleged
Think about the last code of ethics that you read. Here’s one from a well-known company, not untypical of most ethics statements. This ethics policy is 63 pages long and contains every imaginable detail. Here is just a tiny piece: Our Vision and Values are the platform upon which our human rights principles are built.