Paul Eccleson

This post has been provided courtesy of ICA

August 31, 2021

Whistle-blowing: Good apples, bad apples and behavioural science

As you read this, someone in your organisation is cheating. It might be small, like using the photocopier to copy invitations for their kid’s birthday party. Or it could be a bigger, more serious cheat, like deliberately releasing raw sewerage …

July 23, 2021

The qualities demanded of a GRC professional

In this blog I’ll be taking a look at how and why the role profile of a governance, risk and compliance (GRC) professional is a challenging one. The mix of risk management, business strategy understanding, regulatory analysis and interpersonal influence …

January 19, 2021

Compliance, bias and illogical decision-making

‘The psychology of compliance’ blog series Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) is, at its heart, about managing human behaviours. In our quest to create risk aware and compliant cultures, we need to design GRC frameworks that encourage integrity and ethical …

September 2, 2020

How the art industry can adapt to the challenges of 5MLD

The use of works of art and cultural artefacts for criminal purposes is nothing new. Indeed, in many ways, art is the perfect medium for generating criminal proceeds. Objects with a high intrinsic value, small enough to be easily transported, …

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