This summer will mark two years since the ICCA Conference "Collective Action: Going Further Together to Counter Corruption." Despite increasing attention being given to Collective Action, the appearance of promising new initiatives from around the globe, and its continued presence as a topic on the international anti-corruption conference circuit, strengthening and evidencing the business case are key to ensure greater take-up and buy-in. The ICCA remains deeply engaged with this discussion. As a preview to upcoming announcements on the topic, this blog piece returns to one of the key messages that emerged from the 2014 event, a topic which in the months since remains no less relevant today: what is the business case for anti-corruption Collective Action?
International Centre for Collective Action Blog
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In this blog post, William Nero examines the role of leadership and top-management commitment in driving the success of an anti-corruption Collective Action initiative.