UK authorities have disposed of the first corporate offence of 'failing to prevent bribery' four years after the offence became available, with Brand-Rex Limited self-reporting contravention of the Bribery Act 2010 and agreeing to pay £212,800 in civil recovery.
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Ponemon Institute’s recently released 2015 Cost of Cyber Crime Study: United Kingdom – the fourth such annual study for this country – has determined that the mean annualised cost of cyber crime to large organisations in the UK is now £4.1 million per year, a year-on-year increase of 14%.
Larry Greiner in 1972 identified the growth phases for organisations. In his model Greiner suggests that organisations go through 5 (6) stages of growth and need appropriate strategies and structures to cope at different stages of their development.
This year social housing organisations have some very tough and difficult dercisions to make. How can you make this decision making process easier?
This is the first of 6 articles to show readers what innovative modern governance looks like in any organisation of worth.
The MS Society has written to approximately 25,000 of its web users to warn them their personal information may have been accessed by hackers.
24DashCom in an article report that the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has rejected claims that their decision on housing association debt could impact their independence.
Officials issued a rare clarification making clear that its investigation into accounting would not impact on the status of housing associations.
At the first new labour leaders PMQs David Cameron has warned housing associations they “must improve their performance” and find efficiency savings, branding them “part of the public sector”.
Have you ever wondered why it’s so difficult to make sustainable improvements to an under-performing area of your business? Well, there are 3 key ingredients we need to have in place before we can expect any improvement at all.
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