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August 2013

Can Corporate Culture be Managed?

Change in Corporate Culture is an on-going Process Academics define corporate culture as the organization's values, visions, norms, working language, systems, symbols, beliefs, and habits. Organizational culture affects the way people and groups interact with each other, with clients, and with stakeholders. Management set the tone for corporate culture and... Read more →

Are Audit Reports to Blame for the Failure of Ethics and Financial Misstatements?

Where’s the Beef? Audit Reports to get a Makeover The auditor’s report is supposed to inform the readers of financial statements whether the statements “present fairly” financial position and results of operations and changes in cash flows from one year to the next. The report is the main way that... Read more →

Integrity: The Basis for Trust in the Workplace

KPMG 2013 Integrity Survey Highlights why Fraud Occurs and Challenges to Integrity in the Workplace Integrity is the basis for trust in business. It is critical to having an ethical workplace environment. Integrity is a fundamental trait of character that enables a person to withstand pressures that might compromise ethical... Read more →

Small Business Fraud Costing Millions

How to Prevent and Detect Fraud in Small Business Small businesses suffer from fraud disproportionately because they lack the resources, and sometimes skilled-workers, to help prevent and detect fraud. The level of trust is greater in small businesses and fraudsters can take advantage of their position or that trust by... Read more →