The Emperor Has No Clothes: Copycat Compliance

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  1. Jim Mulvaney says:

    Michael:
    Great points.
    All corporate compliance manuals should have tests at the end. It used to be new hires got a manual and signed a receipt promising they had/would study same. Each time we write such a manual, we conclude with a test to allow documentation of mastery of the subject from ethics to violence and sexual harassment. Regardless of how well a program is written, regardless of its provenance (and I cringe as the spouse of a writer, therefore one who embraces the philosophy of copyright dearly), the primary consideration is that the message has been delivered and there is measurement to show that it is understood. Step two of course is monitoring to determine the lessons are translated into practice.