Extending Your Compliance Team
Without Expanding Your Budget
Featuring Kathleen Edmond (60 mins)
Companies choose to outsource or co-source various parts of their operations for many reasons, with budget and headcount at the top of the list. In ethics and compliance, companies have many opportunities to co-source elements of their ethics and compliance programs, beyond just the traditional hotline relationship. Co-sourcing brings a level of experience and expertise in a dedicated business partner, but is still a new concept for many practitioners.
In this webcast, Kathleen Edmond, partner at Robins Kaplan and former Chief Ethics Officer of Best Buy, shares how to determine whether co-sourcing is right for your organization, how to choose the right co-sourcing partner and how to maximize the benefits to achieve the highest ROI on your co-sourcing relationship.
You will learn:
- The benefits and potential drawbacks of co-sourcing
- How to determine what to co-source and what to retain in-house
- How to measure and maximize value and efficiency in a co-sourced model
Kathleen K. Edmond, Partner (Robins Kaplan, LLP)
Kathleen K. Edmond has spent the majority of her legal career in corporate ethics and compliance. As Chief Ethics Officer for a Fortune 100 company from 2004-2014, she built and subsequently led the company’s Ethics Office. Ms. Edmond is best known for creating a connected, ethical culture within the organization that supported business strategy, vendor integrity, and customer engagement. She has won national awards for her innovative and exemplary leadership in her field. Her original use of social media in furthering a transparent, ethical business operation, is groundbreaking. Ms. Edmond has a MBA with a concentration in Business Ethics from the University of St. Thomas and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Minnesota.
Michelle Nichols, ARM, CCEP, Senior Manager, Program Consulting The Network, Inc. (a NAVEX Global company)
Michelle provides program consulting services for The Network’s (a NAVEX Global company) training and communications solutions. She has been helping companies create and maintain effective global ethics and compliance programs for more than 15 years. Michelle has spoken in the U.S. regarding best practices for delivering successful global compliance programs. Michelle formerly managed Risk Management and Corporate Ethics & Compliance for a global chemical manufacturer. Before entering the ethics and compliance field, she specialized in large-scale litigation and technology management. She holds an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) professional designation and a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP) designation.