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    • Implications of Artificial Intelligence in E&C
      Artificial Intelligence will have a tremendous impact on the practice of ethics and compliance. Many companies are already using AI applications to check for regulatory issues in data sets. However, AI will also present ethics challenges to business in terms of data governance, applications and privacy. This group will explore the emerging landscape of artificial intelligence and the opportunities and risks it represents for work in the ethics and compliance space.
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    • Practical Applications of Technology in Ethics and Compliance
      This working group will consider how different companies are utilizing technology applications in connection to the advancement of their E&C program. From training and communications to other uses of mobile and business analytics related to the practice of ethics and compliance what is currently useful, what technology is emerging and what are options for organizations at all budget levels?
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    • Preventing Corruption
      Preventing bribery and corruption is an "evergreen" topic in the ethics and compliance space. In this group, we will consider the current state of bribery and corruption from a global perspective, discuss future trends in this area, and explore emerging strategies and tactics to identify and deal with bribery and corruption risks.
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    • Risk Assesment
      Risk Assessment identifies and evaluates risks based on the structure of your business, operations, competitor practices and locations in which an organization does business. Your company's good name and the trust of stakeholders are two of its most important assets. But how do you protect your company's reputation and increase employee engagement? This group will focus on the risk assessment process and further discuss the necessary steps that need to be taken to ensure your risk assessment is carried out successfully.
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    • Strategic Planning in E&C
      The first principle of high quality ethics and compliance programs is an integration of organizational strategy with ethics and compliance. What is organizational strategy and how is it developed and applied in ethics and compliance? This group will also consider the strategic impact of organizational disruption, particularly as related to the effects of mergers and acquisitions on compliance programs.
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    • Training
      Most organizations today provide training on ethics & compliance for their employees. But what actually works? How do you keep it fresh? What new approaches and technologies are emerging? This benchmarking group will begin with discussion of the ECI’s newly released training report, and insights from the recent ECI Best Practice Forum on training. The group will further discuss training methods that members find to be most effective.
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    • Transparency & Trust
      Working Group specifically for global organizations, non US-based and US multinationals, to study the relationship between Transparency and Trust. The purpose of this group is to enable ethics & compliance (E&C) practitioners from around the globe to learn from one another through dialogue, shared resources, collective knowledge on topics of mutual interest. Sponsored by L’Oréal and facilitated by ECI, this Working Group is open to all interested E&C professionals.
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