Experts at GE and LRN Say Think Globally, Act Locally to Build a Stronger Global Compliance Program

Without a strong corporate culture, leadership and planning, a compliance program can get lost in a miasma of legal and cultural differences. At a recent PLI workshop, Felipe Paez, chief compliance officer of GE Global Research, and Mark Rowe, an ethics, compliance and culture strategist and advisor at LRN, discussed how companies can create (and how GE has created) a global compliance program by thinking globally, acting locally and using codes of conduct and investigations as tools to build an ethical culture and strong world-wide compliance program. See “Google, Boeing, Walmart and PwC Leaders Share Strategies for Overcoming Cultural Hurdles in Compliance” (Apr. 29, 2015).

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