When I was recently making my way through Istanbul to meet my wife for dinner, I was using Google Maps to take me on the fastest route through the evening rush hour. My wife was waiting at a gallery opening in Nişantaşı in the European part of the city and I was coming from Sancaktepe […]
If you are a parent, you may be familiar with the fact that there’s a big difference between telling your kid who is climbing dangerously on a high tree: “This is very dangerous! Careful, or you will fall down and break a leg”, and saying: “Wow, you are very high up, but if you are careful and watch where you are putting your hands and feet, I trust that you are going to do great. I am here watching you and can guide you. But I know you can do it on your own.”
As Compliance professionals we can think of numerous controls and control enhancements to minimize compliance risks. But is risk minimization really the right objective?