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Keynote address by Mr Donald Steel - IAACA International Anti-Corruption PSA Video Competition - YouTube

Keynote address by Mr Donald Steel - Former Chief Communications Adviser, British Broadcasting Corporation - Associate Director, Johnston Associates Aviation...
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Staking out the Middle: Peter Sandman on Risk Communication - YouTube

This clip is a brief excerpt (14:02) from a two-day seminar I gave in 2010 for the Rio Tinto mining company. The excerpt describes why risk controversies are...
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Risk = Hazard + Outrage: Peter Sandman on Risk Communication - YouTube

This clip is a brief excerpt (9:37) from a two-day seminar I gave in 2010 for the Rio Tinto mining company. The excerpt explains my signature formula, "Risk ...
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Reputation and Its Risks

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Eccles and co remark that most companies are engaged in crisis management and not proactive risk management.

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Unilever and Nestlé biggest improvers in Oxfam sustainability report

Unilever and Nestlé biggest improvers in Oxfam sustainability report | Reputation Risk Management | Scoop.it
Many major food companies are slowly improving their sustainability policies but all still have a long way to go, according to an updated ‘Behind the Brands’ sustainability report from Oxfam.

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Will improving disclosure drive greater sustainability?

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Challenger - A Case Study in Risk Management

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The 2050 Supply Chain: Part 4 | DHL Supply Chain Matters

The 2050 Supply Chain: Part 4 | DHL Supply Chain Matters | Reputation Risk Management | Scoop.it
supply chain paralyzing protectionism future of logistics

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Wallowing in Your Prior Misbehavior: Peter Sandman on Risk Communication - YouTube

This clip is a brief excerpt (11:42) from a two-day seminar I gave in 2010 for the Rio Tinto mining company. The excerpt explains why it's probably a bad bet...
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Outrage Causes Hazard Perception: Peter Sandman on Risk Communication - YouTube

This clip is a brief excerpt (11:37) from a two-day seminar I gave in 2010 for the Rio Tinto mining company. The excerpt explains that it's a mistake to thin...
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Part II of Peter Sandman's Outrage Causes Hazard Perception. 

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Crisis Management

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Peter Sandman and Jody Lanard share their thinking on crisis communications. Worth listening to.

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Siemens and the battle against bribery and corruption

Siemens and the battle against bribery and corruption | Reputation Risk Management | Scoop.it

"Sustainability is about survival," says Siemens general counsel Peter Solmssen, who argues that global cooperation is key to winning the fight...

 

Siemens is well versed in the high cost of corruption: in 2008, following a string of high-profile bribery scandals, it agreed to a record $1.6bn legal settlement with American and European authorities. Solmssen, in fact, was part of the group Siemens CEO Peter Löscher brought in to help clean up the company's institutional culture.

Löscher's team quickly went to work. In an article for the Harvard Business Review, Löscher explained how – in a few months – the company cleaned house, replacing 80% of its top-tier executives, 70% of its second tier and 40% of its third tier.

But Siemens' culture of corruption extended far beyond the executive suite. As one German investigator later put it, "bribery was Siemens' business model". In fact, the company even had a handy accounting euphemism for its bribes: "nützliche Aufwendungen," or "useful money".

Given the corruption that permeated Siemens, it was clear that Löscher's team needed to fundamentally change the culture of the firm. The trouble was, the employees who knew the most about the company's bribery culture and methods were the same ones who were actually involved in it. Changing Siemens' way of doing business would require enlisting help from the very employees who had the most to lose.


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The real cost of bribery and corruption. An event that occurred in 2008 still permeates the halo on the global brand today.

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Andrea Bonime-Blanc's curator insight, September 20, 2013 10:11 PM

A great example of a company that has turned a material risk - bribery and corruption -- into an opportunity for better business in many different ways - better processes, community engagement, support of NGO and governmental programs, etc.

Murray Grainger's comment, September 21, 2013 5:07 AM
Hindsight is powerful, but this is also a great example of what can be avoided if you embed integrity upfront at all levels, in all contexts.
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Sustainability leadership: A true leader creates leaders. (Gil Friend)

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There’s something odd about the notion of “sustainability leadership.” Perhaps it’s that “sustainability” underwhelms. As Michael Braungart reminds us, “Sustainability is boring. But---- 


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Globally responsible leadership. Is it fact or fiction?

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#Davos2014 reflections: now is the time to take on the fossil fuel lobby #sustainability

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Corporate sustainability is dominated by sanitised commitments and unhelpful platitudes, much more dynamic coalitions are desperately needed, says Jo Confino

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Climate Change risks focus on fossil fuels...

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Organic Social Media's curator insight, January 27, 2014 5:55 PM

#Davos2014 reflections: now is the time to take on the fossil fuel lobby #sustainability http://gu.com/p/3m7pe/tw via @guardian