Corporate Governance Lessons From the UNC Scandal


Michael Peregrine wrote this bylined article on governance implications of the recent academic misconduct scandal at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Mr. Peregrine wrote that the controversy “serves as an instructive illustration on two concepts: first, how organizational scandal can arise from totally unexpected sources; and second, how cultural and behavioral proclivities can unintentionally perpetuate a scandal,” adding that this “should be of particular importance to the audit/compliance committees of corporate boards.” Read the full article