Effective Compliance Programs Reject Checklist Approach and Focus on Culture and Behavior

Companies with the most effective ethics and compliance programs focus on culture and behavior, and have rejected a checklist approach to measuring their effectiveness, according to LRN’s 2016 Program Effectiveness Index Report. LRN found that organizations with the most effective compliance programs assess the presence or absence of ethical behaviors, such as ethical decision-making, organizational justice and freedom of expression, to measure program effectiveness. See our four-part series on measuring compliance: “Getting Started” (Aug. 2, 2017); “Seven Areas of Compliance to Measure” (Aug. 16, 2017); “How to Measure Quality” (Sep. 6, 2017); and “Gathering and Analyzing Data” (Sep. 20, 2017).

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