This webcast will highlight some of the best insights from this important event. Join us for an interactive discussion where viewers will learn:
- How organizations drift into risky and dangerous places that damage reputations
- How to avoid poorly conceived incentive structures which encourage unwanted consequences or behaviors; and
- What should be the role of ethics and compliance leaders as cybersecurity and the internet of things present increasingly immediate and important ethical decision points
- Learn to more effectively identify challenges, measure results, and strengthen a culture of ethics in your organization.
Thomas Creely, Ph.D.
Dr. Tom Creely is Associate Professor of Ethics at the United States Naval War College. He is Director of Ethics and Emerging Military Technology Graduate Certificate Program.
Over the course of his career, Richard Wolf has designed corporate ethics programs to meet baseline requirements under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations, which regulators and prosecutors use to gauge organizational culture and the effectiveness of self-governance systems. Richard has also implemented and assessed ethics, compliance and enterprise risk management programs, including leading the implementation of customized, manager-led and web-based ethics training and the design of whistleblower reporting systems.
Robert Hurley, Ph.D.
Dr. Robert Hurley is a Professor at Fordham University and has been recognized by the student body for his excellence in teaching with the Gladys and Henry Crown Award for faculty excellence. Robert is considered an expert on how to build and repair trust with people, groups, organizations and large-scale systems.
Ellen Hexter is senior advisor, enterprise risk management at The Conference Board. She has served on the faculty of The Conference Board Directors’ Institute and worked with boards to provide director training in risk management practices and the role of the board in ERM oversight.