Growing up in the Bronx in the 1950s I was still in my single digits. Television was in its infancy. Our first t.v. had a three inch screen, and later we graduated to a thirteen inch set, both black and white. One of my favorite shows in those early days was Peter Pan starring MaryContinue reading “I Believe”
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Back to the Future?
By Keith Darcy After all we’ve been through, how do we get back to the future? And is that the future we want to get to? As we all know too well, the fallout from the pandemic has been overwhelming. Fear, combined with social isolation, has resulted in unimagined loneliness and depression. Death and griefContinue reading “Back to the Future?”
Ethics and Compliance in a Pandemic Environment
The life-threatening pandemic, along with the global economic collapse, raise significant new risks for organizations everywhere. Ethics and compliance executives are challenged to deal with these new (ab)normal conditions, while facing considerable pressure to do “more with less.” This article explores these issues, and calls attention to how and where risk managers need to prioritize their time and activities in order to manage against a tsunami of increasing risks.