Being a whistleblower is a tough decision, especially if your organization doesn't want to listen and it is not interested in compliance (yes, it is still the case, sadly); you may be ostracized and being retaliated, therefore, it is a decision you need to take very carefully. If you decide to go this path, you should … Continue reading Whistleblowing? Consider This…
This post is related to my previous one 'You Refused to Pay a Bribe. Now What?' which I suggest reading. If you read this blog in the past you know I work on behalf of corporate clients around the world facing challenges and situations normally I would not elsewhere. Extortion is one of these challenges. There … Continue reading Am I being Extorted?
Since the newly created ISO 37001 has been published, in October, many professionals are talking about anti-corruption which is, per se, already great. Not enough to fight the problem though. Why my concern and why another post? Because, among these super enthusiastic articles, I read one thing that made me think. people would be more … Continue reading Always perform due diligence, even when third parties are ISO 37001 “certified”
If you have been following this blog, you know that I dealt with the issue of extortion rather often; Sugarcoating extortion Corruption Or Extortion I recently came across the story of a journalist who was allegedly extorted while on a business trip (here the entire story) in Kenya. Hopefully the competent Authorities will deeply investigate … Continue reading If You Are Working Abroad, Be Aware of the Risks
Effective Due diligence has 2 key factors: Adaptability, It's performed on ongoing basis