Here’s a short clip (about 3 minutes) of Richard Bistrong (convicted of violating the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) explaining the thought process that led him into trouble.
LINK: How I Rationalized My Corrupt Behaviour
…for me, at that point in time, the compliance message, me signing that FCPA paperwork — let’s call that a spoken message, the spoken message of don’t violate the FCPA. The unspoken message — which was a, if we can say this, was a LOUD unspoken message — was a very aggressive set of commercial objectives, of incentives…
What do you think?