CEO Compensation (April 2010, Rev. Nov. 2010) resource White Papers OCEG Reviewed
Abstract: This paper surveys the recent literature on CEO compensation. The rapid rise in CEO pay over the past 30 years has sparked an intense debate about the nature of the pay-setting process. Many view the high level of CEO compensation as the result of powerful managers setting their own pay.
Regulatory Intelligence by Michael Rasmussen: an Axentis Thought Leadership White Paper resource White Papers Member contributionOCEG Reviewed
"The old paradigm of regulatory change management is clearly a recipe for disaster given the volume, pace of change
Nuts and Bolts: Building Your Third-Party FCPA Due Diligence Program (2010) resource Articles OCEG Reviewed
Introduction: What does the Department of Justice want to see in a third-party due diligence program? How much investigation is enough?
Welcome to the Third Party / Outsourcing group. This group provides resources and discussion around issues related to management, risk and compliance for third party and outsourcing issues. We welcome participation in this group by any premium or enterprise OCEG member.
Increased motivation for whistle-blowing (2010) resource Articles OCEG Reviewed
Introduction: New statutory and regulatory changes provide greater rewards to individuals who blow the whistle on fraudulent activities and to organizations that actively encourage an effective ethical culture – important steps at a time when the rate of fraudulent financial activity is likely to increase.
Organizational Transformation: A Framework for Assessing and Improving Enterprise Architecture Management (Version 2.0) (GAO, 2010) resource Standards and Guidelines OCEG Reviewed
Summary: Effective use of an enterprise architecture (EA) is a hallmark of successful organizations and an essential means to achieving a desired end: having operations and technology environments that maximize institutional mission performance and outcomes.
Corporate Social Responsibility and Latin American Multinationals (2009) resource White Papers OCEG Reviewed
Abstract: This paper looks at corporate social responsibility (CSR) practices of multinationals from Latin America. In spite of the economic growth in recent years, social problems in the region persist. Poverty is endemic and Latin America is still today one of the most unequal regions in the world.
CSR in Latin America: The Moral Case, The Business Case (2010) resource Articles OCEG Reviewed
Summary: Different parts of the world use corporate social responsibility (CSR) in different ways. In the U.S., it's often synonymous with corporate philanthropy; in Europe, it's more likely to be associated with how socially responsible the day-to-day management of a company is. In Latin America? Expectations run higher.