Adam ShapiroSenior Corruption Prevention Officer
New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption
Like risk management, fraud and corruption control requires a strategic approach to create a more comprehensive barrier against fraud and corruption. Consideration into these approaches and methods will develop a multi-layer solution that meets the needs of your business in combatting corruption. This session will explore these elements of control and how it’s correct application can build better resilience in future prevention strategies.
- Managing the four main elements of control – operational arrangements, risk management, design and oversight
- The importance of understanding the drivers of human behaviour and workplace structures to drive productivity and influence the prevention of fraud and corruption
- Leveraging well managed systems to analyse and control environments for good organisational outcomes