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We took the operational approach to training—from design to measurement—and distilled it down to a short, illustrated, easy-to-read book.
We walk through the problems with academic, top-down training and explain why business process-focused training is the solution.
And then we walk through why scheduled training is a check-the-box approach and show how to deliver training triggered by something an employee actually does.
And then we close the whole thing out by explaining why traditional metrics don't work—and how to use real metrics that result in a business case. (We even do the math!)
When you truly think operationally, it's transformative. Thinking about compliance training in terms of business operations changes a lot.
It's easiest to see how this works when you contrast the "operational" and "traditional" approach. So we put all of these into an infographic that contrasts the two.
Everyone’s talking about the DOJ’s Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs—but it’s mostly just talk. Because how the heck are you supposed to work through dozens and dozens of questions originally written for prosecutors?
With our super-simple toolkit, of course!
Sorts the DOJ’s questions into operational categories in a question-by-question workbook—so you can focus on actually answering them, not figuring out how to answer them
Presents the questions as a roadmap that will satisfy even the most inquisitive board member
Will make you look like an absolute boss to your board with a simple, visual slide deck
We’re giving away a functional preview of the workbook—it’ll let you tackle the first big operational bucket, totally free of charge.
Stop worrying about "best practices." They don't matter.
Here's the only question that matters: does your stuff work?
Sign up to get this step-by-step guide that will get you refocused on what really matters to the government, your executives, and your employees: are your efforts driving results, and how can you show it?