What to Expect
Each session will be highly interactive and practice-oriented, emphasizing role playing, scenario analysis and debriefs. Two case studies will be threaded through the sessions, providing realistic opportunities to develop and practice skills, as well as common fact sets to anchor discussion.
In Understanding the Strategic and Business Context for Compliance and Ethics Decisions, participants will apply multi-dimensional tools to think strategically about a business by taking an in-depth look at financial considerations, business model insight, competitive analysis, management and board perspectives. Strategic context, issue spotting and risk and business analysis will also be part of the discussion.
Participants will then move forward to Conducting Effective Compliance and Ethics Diligences and Designing Integration Strategies. In this session, individuals will discover and design compliance and ethics solutions that work for a business through active listening and questioning; defining key issues and differences, and identifying and aligning practices and interests.
Next will be Integration Planning – Processes, Procedures, People and More. This session will engage participants by thinking through the design and implementation of compliance and ethical solutions–processes, procedures, people, systems, leadership styles, rewards and data. This session will take an in-depth look at the challenges of accounting for different cultures, business practices, operating models and risk tolerance profiles.
Finally, Driving Cultural and Operational Change – the Role of Compliance and Ethics in Change Management is where participants will develop a change-management plan that accounts for the change implications for policies and procedures, process, investment, rewards, and culture that utilizes effective project management (steps, critical paths, measure, adjust and effective communication).