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The Ethics and Compliance Library

Lauren Siegel
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An in depth, behind-the-scenes look at ethics and compliance books through conversations with industry leaders and the authors.Finding time to read books related to your job or area of interest likely is not at the top of your to-do list. But this podcast is more than just an exploration into ethics and compliance books; this podcast is a conversation about a vital industry that so many organizations view as the department of “no.” This podcast is here to challenge the way you think about ethics and compliance, arm you with new ways to think about and discuss those topics, push you to finally read the books that have been on your shelf collecting dust, and drive your career or interests forward.

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In this fourth and final episode for 2021 of The Ethics and Compliance Library, host Lauren Siegel explores “No Rules, Rules” by Reed Hastings and Erin Meyer. The book is all about Netflix’s culture, and you guessed it, the lack of rules they have. M... more

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In this episode of The Ethics and Compliance Library Podcast features ‘The Smartest Guys in the Room,’ by Peter Elkind and Bethany McLean. After discussing the Enron scandal, host Lauren Siegel interviews Peter followed by Sherron Watkins, the Enron ... more

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