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In too many cases, organisations rolled out sophisticated and capable compliance tools that were doomed to failure because they were not underscored by an effective communication strategy. The companies getting ahead are the ones that have realised that compliance is no longer a simple GRC box-ticking exercise but rather a crucial asset that can enhance a reputation and turn the tables on the competition when implemented properly.

Good policies and state-of-the-art compliance software sound great in theory but both are useless if employees remain unaware of their existence or how they can be best harnessed. For a compliance framework and sophisticated whistleblowing tools to reach their full potential, communication needs to be clear, concise and regular. Ideally, this should all be embedded within a healthy speak-up culture where potential whistleblowers do not have to worry about the psychological inhibitions of speaking out.

This White Paper explains why communication about compliance is necessary, the components required to make communication effective and how organisations can take their communication strategies to the next level.