Today’s moral dilemmas are tomorrow’s reputation and compliance risks
An organization that complies with laws and regulations does it automatically do “the good things”? No, says philosopher Alexander de Waele. “Then you still have moral dilemmas in which choices can be made that are harmful. Legal but harmful decisions. ”
In part 1 of the series Bank & ethics, De Waele tells how organizations – including financial institutions – can systematically handle moral dilemmas carefully. Which not only supports bank employees in their daily work. But banks also help in making a positive social contribution.
Safe Reporting Integrity violations and transgressive behaviour
To gain a better understanding of the steps still to be taken by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the prevention of and handling of integrity violations and transgressive behaviour, the willingness to report in these areas at the Ministry have been examined by...
Risk analysis Dutch Defense Academy (NLDA)
"Not nice to hear, but good to know." That's how General T.W.B. Vleugels sums up the message of an "integrity risk analysis" that the COID (Central Defense Integrity Organization) and G&I have jointly carried out at NLDA. The risk analysis, conducted in the academic...