How Apache Uses Case Studies to Keep Its Training Pain-Free

When a company operates in a high-risk industry or locations, training all employees on anti-corruption risk can be prudent. However, reaching that many people and keeping them engaged on what some consider a dry topic can be tricky. Joshua Nix, the director of compliance at Apache Corporation, recently spoke with the Anti-Corruption Report about how his company made changes to its training program to make it more risk-based and “as interesting and pain-free as possible.” See “Creating Engaging and Globally Relevant Ethics & Compliance Materials” (Oct. 18, 2017).

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