January 6, 2020

Was Tinkerbell an Executive Leadership Coach?

By Rosanne Model, JD, MPA Last week, in Singapore, I attended a fabulous production of “Peter Pan” that had been adapted to the local culture. While […]
September 7, 2017

Another Morality Tale for Compliance Officers

Jack Ewing’s recently published book titled Faster, Higher, Farther: The Volkswagen Scandal chronicles the decline and fall of Volkswagen, once the largest automaker in the world and now […]
February 24, 2017

A Wake-Up Call for US Olympic Governing Bodies

Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, announced on a recent CBS “60 Minutes” segment that she is crafting a bill that would establish clear protocol and require amateur […]
February 7, 2017

Cardinals Pay the Price for Non-Compliance

Earlier last year the Compliance and Ethics Blog posted a piece I’d written entitled, “Yet Another Scandal in Sports.” This piece reported on Chris Correa, a […]
October 21, 2016

Integrity Programs: What Are We Waiting For?

It’s time. Officials organizations have been bumping along all these years, doing things the same old way, using patchwork solutions (or not reacting at all) when […]
July 26, 2016

Former Sports Executive Gets Prison Sentence

Several months ago The Compliance and Ethics Blog posted a piece I’d written entitled, “Yet Another Scandal in Sports.”  The piece reported on a former scouting director of the St. […]
January 27, 2016

A Blind Eye on Match-Fixing in Profession Tennis

Where there’s smoke, there’s almost always fire.  And there’s been plenty of smoke and fire since a blockbuster report headlined “The Tennis Racquet” was released on […]
January 10, 2016

Sports Organizations Need Effective Integrity and Compliance Programs

Noted New York attorney, Gregory J. Wallance, recently penned an article for Forbes Leadership Forum on how NFL’s Commissioner, Roger Goodell, failed to follow standard corporate […]