Richard T. John is a general practice lawyer, consultant, and businessperson located in Ithaca, NY. Professor John is a member of the Tompkins County Legislature, chair of the Public Safety Committee, and chair of the T.C. Industrial Development Agency. He has taught as an adjunct professor at the Cornell Law School for the past several years, teaching “Functions of the General Counsel” and “Compliance Systems.” Professor John served nine years as the North American General Counsel and Vice President of Compliance at Intertek, a global product and commodity testing, inspection, and certification company.
The policing of rule systems is almost as important as the rules themselves. This course will focus on selecting and designing effective policing tools to enforce your rule system. You will explore the importance of policing as a means of maintaining your rule system and you will analyze ways to make policing both impactful and sustainable for your organization. Additionally, in preparation for any concerns, you will address the issue of intentional rule breakers whose actions cannot be prevented with standard policing methods. Overall, the information you gain in this course can help assure you and your stakeholders that your rule system is dependable and sustainable for your organization.
You are required to have completed the following courses or have equivalent experience before taking this course:
- Rule Systems as Designed Systems
- Rule Design
- Rule System Training
Key Course Takeaways
- Apply design principles to policing systems and balance the importance of the rules with the available budget and resources within the organization
- Use a toolbox approach in applying policing to a particular rule system, including direct and indirect policing methods to monitor compliance
- Develop policing methods to detect and prevent fraud and other intentional bad behavior
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How It Works
Who Should Enroll
- HR professionals
- Compliance officers
- Finance and accounting professionals
- Health and safety managers
- Process control professionals
- Operations professionals
- Lawyers and legal professionals