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Rethink training and communication to boost your compliance message

Nazir El Kahi (nelkahi@its.jnj.com) is a Healthcare Compliance Officer for Medical Devices & Consumer Health sectors at Johnson & Johnson (Middle East) Inc. in Dubai, UAE.

In July 2020, the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission released an updated version to a Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which is a detailed compilation of information and analysis regarding the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and related enforcement.[1] The guide addresses a wide variety of topics, one of which is the evaluation of an effective corporate compliance program. According to the guide, an important hallmark of a well-designed compliance program is having appropriately tailored trainings and communications delivered to the different organization stakeholders.

Having a robust, mature compliance program is a key priority and necessity for any organization, but when it comes to conducting effective training and education and developing efficient lines of communication, how can organizations make the greatest impact? To investigate this, we will explore areas around identification, mapping, and classification of stakeholders and how to keep these parties engaged and informed on risks.

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