Workshop: Strategic Responses to Corruption — ANZSOG with ICAC

Public sector agencies have implemented a range of corruption prevention and risk management strategies with varying degrees of success. This course uncovers some of the reasons why corrupt conduct continues to occur despite considerable efforts to prevent it.

Corruption usually occurs in situations where there are weaknesses in operational arrangements and a failure to make proper use of the control inherent in well-designed and managed systems. Such systems, geared towards achieving operational outcomes in an efficient and effective manner, have built into them a range of controls that reduce the opportunity for unwanted and poor outcomes such as corruption. These systems also act on the drivers of improper and appropriate workplace behaviours and ensure that organisations get the best out of their staff.

Presented by Dr Robert Waldersee, Executive Director, Corruption Prevention NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption.

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