The topic of compliance has remained an evergreen debate area among the circles of law, higher learning schools, different government authorities, and players in multiple organizations. To realize success in conforming to rules or policies, advanced business studies like the MBA programs need to equip learners in helping organizations through challenges such as compliance. A compliance expert lawyer Bruno Fagali observes that the MBA system can also assist in diverse areas as international politics, tech, innovations, and alternative thinking.
According to Prof. Ferreira of the Rio de Janeiro University, fruitful discussions have started in large learning centers. The discussions revolve around understanding environmental and social responsibilities, transparency, and observation of governance ethics. These areas are, of course, the foundation of understanding the compliance issue.
Advocate Fagali also notes that further changes in the master of business administration systems are shaping the future of compliance issue. As an example, the Getulio Vargas Foundation incorporates course recommendations from different companies into their learning materials. The foundation holds regular meetings with these companies, as explained by the Foundation’s Academic Programs and Processes Director Gerson Lachtermacher.
Another significant change that relates to compliance and MBA courses is in executive training. As noted by Bruno Fagali the Strategic Marketing MBA in Rio is an example. The course is under the marketing, coordination, and branding from Professor Marcelo Boschi. The professor notes that the current MBA courses include new principles of executive training that are key to the dynamic society.
As compliance remains a hot topic in organizations and government circles, there is need to rethink the approach in addressing the issue. The current developments in MBA courses are positive steps, as noted by the lawyer from Fagali Advocacy. Other areas incorporated in these courses are dynamic entrepreneurship and diverse methods of teaching the subject.
Bruno Fagali is a Brazilian advocate whose law interest covers diverse areas such as compliance, ethics, administration, regulatory, and public law. He studied Bachelor’s degree in Law and Masters in Law (State Law) at the University of Sao Paulo. Apart from running his firm, he the Corporate Integrity Manager of Nova/SB, and has practiced different aspects of law since 2006.
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