Compliance and ethics programs for joint ventures and subsidiaries

How and to what extent should companies project their C&E programs into joint ventures (meaning non-majority owned/non-operated ones) and subsidiaries (meaning those that are independently run)?  In  the latest issue of Compliance & Ethics Professional I describe a framework for addressing this important but often delicate and otherwise challenging issue – and will be speaking more about it at the SCCE 12th Annual C&E Institute in October.

And some presentations before then include the following:

Conducting meaningful program measurement, with the Corporate Executive Board (on May 15).

The Ethics & Compliance Officer Association’s “Law School,” of which I am program director (starts May 16).

Preventing retaliation and encouraging C&E reports, at the SCCE’s NE Regional Conference (on May 17).

Program assessment, at the Practising Law Institute’s C&E Institute (May 30-31).

– “Ethics and the Law,” in Managing Ethics in Organizations, a full week course (starts June 10) offered by the ECOA and the Center for Business Ethics.

Hope you can make some of these, and please pass the word on to anyone you know who might be interested.  Thanks.

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