Key Organizations and Resources for Brand Protection
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- Describe the differences between regulatory, industry, academic and professional law enforcement organizations
- Distinguish the roles and responsibilities of law enforcement organizations and areas of specialty
- Identify valuable resources for brand protection within a modern organization
The Modern Regulator
Professor Sparrow, from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, will guide participants through contemporary developments in risk-based regulation, and examine what ‘risk-based’ practice entails in enforcement, regulation and compliance management.
“Citizens expect government to be vigilant in spotting threats, nimble in organising around them and skillful in tackling them--masters of the entire intervention toolkit,” Professor Sparrow says. “This is a core challenge for managers in social regulation, compliance management, law enforcement and security roles.”
This workshop will be valuable for mid and senior-level managers in law enforcement, social regulation, security, intelligence and other risk-control roles in government. It is designed for people who have not attended ANZSOG’s week-long Managing Regulation, Enforcement and Compliance program, but who are keen to sample its themes.
Participants will be better equipped to design regulatory strategies informed by recent developments in the field, and better able to match different classes of risk with different regulatory structures and strategies.
The workshop provides an opportunity for participants to clarify their own agencies’ needs and aspirations, and better understand opportunities to refine structures, strategies and tactics.
This one-day workshop will start by surveying emerging trends across the regulatory landscape.
Professor Sparrow’s workshop will feature lectures, practical examples and interactive discussion.
The Modern Regulator content will include:
- the nature of “risk-based” operations in regulatory, law enforcement and other risk control settings
- how success should be defined and measured in a risk-control setting
- the challenges of implementing a risk-based approach.
Who should attend
The modern regulator will be valuable for mid and senior-level managers in law enforcement, social regulation, security, intelligence and other risk-control roles in government. It is designed for people who have not attended ANZSOG’s week-long Managing Regulation, Enforcement and Compliance program, but who are keen to sample its themes.