Ethics, culture and behavioural change in response to Procurement Fraud and Corruption

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Earlier this week I was invited to speak at a Central Government Department at their inaugural Procurement Fraud and Corruption Conference. The aim of the Conference was to engage with the Industry to share leading practices and identify potential ways as to how the Department and its key suppliers can work together to address fraud and corruption risk. Read more

The Story behind Intelligent Ethics: what’s in a name?

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Intelligent Ethics emerged from my passion to push the boundaries of what it means to do the right thing in today’s increasingly complex world. The pace of disruptive technology, more regulation, global economic and political volatility and a lack of trust threaten our sense of what is the right thing to do and our ability to use judgement and act with purpose. Intelligent Ethics shines a spotlight on why business ethics and good corporate governance are a force for good for everyone. Read more

The impact of AI on Ethics

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Over three stimulating days in June, CognitionX masterminded a Summit in London on artificial intelligence (AI) like no other. Academics, authors, thought leaders, entrepreneurs, programmers and practitioners came together to explore, challenge and debate on a number of topics with AI at the heart of our conversations. Read more

Women in Tech: Time to close the gender pay gap

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PwC’s new research, Women in Tech: Time to close the gender gap, reveals that the technology gender gap starts at school and carries on through every stage of females’ lives. Explore the full report and what can be done to address the imbalance. Read more

General Counsel and Trust

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CEOs need a team around them that they can trust to make the right calls at the ‘moments that matter’; decisions that deliver business performance without compromising on the organisation’s purpose and values. Read more