The Science of Compliance

Every human being has the right ideas about how unconscious functions and how it should function.
When a victim of a crime, for example, says he is disappointed because the judge has imposed a low criminal, is behind this disappointment an idea about the level of the penalty and the significance that has in the life of the victim.
Very iheel such ideas determine how we look at against laws and regulations.
For the legal profession is this attitude not the primary starting point. Lawyers are particularly concerned with the contents of the rules and with the Organization of the Government.
In The Science of Compliance is the attitude of people in relation to legislation and regulations the main premise.
Because this attitude often is to explain on the basis of our very first experiences with rules and penalties, there are considerable differences between people at this point.
Who grew up in a strict, disciplinary environment, looks different to the phenomenon of law, and has other expectations of, then someone who has become great in a smoking, anti-authoritarian environment.
By understanding these differences in attitude can unconscious responses to the mandatory compliance with legislation and regulations be replaced by an informed and structured response.  When companies dealing with laws and regulations in this way, we speak of compliance management.  Compliance management can the binding nature of the right – both inside and outside the company – strengthen.

The Science of Compliance, how to deal with laws and regulations, [e-book here] is intended as a first introduction to this innovative approach to legislation and regulations.