Tag: corruption

When executives become Malware

When executives become Malware

“I see this as the most damaging event for our brand in the company’s 140-year history…I don’t think these problems can be overcome overnight.” The picture of Toshiba’s CEO making a ritual deep bow of contrition while cameras whirred and flashed has gone round the world. Hisao Tinaka resigned most […]

Can ethics and sales ever be reconciled?

Can ethics and sales ever be reconciled?

By Catherine Bernales and Antonia Di Lorenzo There’s a great cartoon in which a sales manager tells one of his team: “A dynamic sales idea Lou. I’m just sorry I have to notify the police.” At the recent Ethics and Governance conference by Ethisphere, in London, an attendee challenged the […]

Do ex-offenders make good security advisers?

Do ex-offenders make good security advisers?

Who do you go to for advice on dealing with security, corruption, bribery or many other aspects of governance? To an ex-crook of course! Increasingly this is a land of opportunity for those who have defrauded, cheated, or generally done wrong. By offering to tell companies how to avoid being […]