ICYMI: As we've seen in the banking sector, many organizations looking to account for culture and conduct risks properly have established new roles and initiatives. For example, the Canadian Armed Forces have undertaken a "fundamental shift" in how they manage organizational culture, led by Lt.-Gen. Jennie Carignan, chief of professional conduct and culture.
Carignan's office was created in 2021 in response to a series of public revelations of sexual misconduct, racism, and misogyny in the forces. "I think the first thing is to understand what problems we are trying to solve, so this first year we were committed, and invested a lot of time in understanding the problem," she said.
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