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If someone had told me 10 years ago that all of my corporate emails would now be searchable and searchable by anyone in the company, I would have eaten my Blackberry. Fast forward to today and we have Slack, a tool the next generation can’t live without that has made just about all business correspondence …

We all know the high-profile scandals that lawyers and compliance officers cite as examples of weak or non-existent ethical corporate cultures. The case studies read like a train wreck, where everything goes wrong, controls are bypassed, crimes are committed with impunity, and guards and lines of defense are either ignored or co-opted into misconduct. Almost …

Culture. It is the great indefinable of management. As more and more aspects of business life can be measured and tracked, the culture is murky and elusive. You recognize good (and bad) organizational cultures when you meet them – the joint parliamentary committee that examined the Carillion collapse forcefully described the service company’s culture of …