One of the more cynical “commitments” to compliance occurs when a company embraces compliance for the first time in response to a government investigation. I call this — finding “compliance” religion. When a company is under investigation or potentially under investigation, senior management embraces compliance and allocates resources to “protect” the company. We all know this is short-sighted thinking. A number of companies through the...
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