A New Focus on Corporate Culture: How to Assess Culture and Why
Highlight leading practices that bring together qualitative and quantitative data that exist within an organization
NASBA Field of Study
Leaders take seriously setting the right tone at the top of their organizations. Stakeholders who have a role in the financial reporting ecosystem may be focused on compliance violations or internal audit findings and may not be focused on what the results tell them about the organization's culture of ethics and compliance. A culture assessment allows for early detection of warning signs and provides various stakeholders an opportunity to take action.
Hosted by the Anti−Fraud Collaboration, this self-study course will highlight leading practices that bring together qualitative and quantitative data that exist within an organization, coupled with key information that companies should collect and monitor to contribute to a robust culture assessment.
This CPE course features a 90 minute video moderated by Julie Bell Lindsay, the Executive Director of the Center for Audit Quality, who leads a discussion about how leaders take seriously setting the right tone at the top of their organizations. Panelists include: Joe Dettmann, Ph.D., Principal, People Advisory Services, EY; Melody Jones, Founder, 32-80 Advisors, and Independent Board Director; Stacey Schabel, Vice President & Chief Audit Executive, Jackson Holdings, LLC; Caroline Sullivan, Senior Vice President & Corporate Controller, Moody's Corporation
- Financial Reporting
- Define culture
- Evaluate and assess culture
- Determine actionable steps to implement that can strengthen a culture of ethics and compliance
- Understand key oversight responsibilities of financial reporting supply chain members in accessing corporate culture
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