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Monthly Briefing 2011-04
Reputation, of course, does not materialize out of thin air (although it can dematerialize there in extremis). Rather, it is a stakeholder-embraced belief shaped by a company’s performance. Call it “principled performance.”
Joining in the conversation are Scott Mitchell, chair of the nonprofit OCEG, a provider of objective standards and online resources to help organizations Drive Principled Performance™ by integrating governance, risk management, compliance (GRC) and ethics processes and one of the Society's corresponding organizations; and Paul Liebman, IAFS Integrity and Corporate Responsibility Committee chair and until recently, Chief Compliance Counsel at Dell, Inc., a leading manufacturer of computer hardware equipment.
Nir Kossovsky, Executive Secretary of the Society, moderates the Q&A.
If you are interested in corporate governance, you'll want to listen to this conversation.