Why does this happen?                                
We help clients build and leverage these drivers.
This process is called Ethical Engineering.
Further, to avoid the pitfalls of most unsuccessful efforts to stop corruption, we:

    1) Concentrate on the corrupt practices, rather than the guilty parties

    2) Seek to understand their underlying causes and characteristics

    3) Identify and evaluate available options to deactivate these causes

    4) Evaluate the capability of existing resources, before investing in more

    5) Blend options into an integral strategy to obstruct the corrupt practices

    6) Carefully plan the execution, follow through, and progress monitoring

Most important, we do this engaging internal, cross-functional teams, instead of empowering
an elite police force under the CPO or CFO (who often fail to understand the full context of the
problem, or the practicality of imposed solutions). Most organizations' heaviest investment is
in the Human Capital they have developed -- they should use it.

For more information about these pitfalls and how to avoid them, contact us.
We have found that organizations with very low incidence of corrupt practices -- whether  
companies or governments -- are not those with strict rules or heavy investment in controls,
but rather those who have developed the
fundamental drivers of organizational integrity:

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For more information on these drivers and conceptual frameworks, contact us.
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