Addressing Corruption Inside and Outside the Organization

Addressing Corruption Inside and Outside the Organization

600.00  Online

Corrupt practices can occur both within your organization and among its counterparties and constituents. How can your organization avoid being associated with bad actors and caught up in scandal?

In this course, you’ll learn about some of the most prevalent kinds of corruption, including bribery, money laundering, commercial and financial fraud, and conflicts of interest. In addition, we’ll consider policies and procedures that can help your organization detect and deflect risky practices, as well as best practices for conducting internal investigations when you suspect an employee or contractor has engaged in corrupt activities.

Professor Jim Foorman will ground aspects of corruption in the context of some recent, high-profile cases, including Enron and Theranos, and share with you how to avoid mistakes like the ones these companies made.

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4 seats available.
Price: $600.00