VW v. Siemens - Why the Car Maker is Stumbling after its Scandal
If Siemens set the gold standard over how to respond to scandal, then Volkswagen gains a bronze at best. The car maker’s attempts to clean up its act in the wake of the emissions scandal have sputtered, stalled and reversed to the dismay of investors and analysts.
Authored by Jeff Thinnes
Corporate Sponsors and FIFA share Reform Accountability
FIFA’s Next Critical Steps Will Define Its Future
Volkswagen: A Lesson In Implicit Versus Explicit Rules And Regulations
Building With Integrity
Avoiding Corrupt Third-Party SuppliersCE Risk Management article by Jeff Thinnes, JTI, Inc. – May 1, 2014
Managing Ethics And Compliance Risks Inside and Out
Interviews in Print Media
VW Executive, Hired To Help Overhaul Carmaker’s Culture, Is To Leave
How VW’s Cheating On Emissions Was Exposed
Financial Times interview with Patrick McGee –
Jan 11, 2017
For Volkswagen Chief, Toll of the Emissions Scandal Rises
July 20, 2016
Managing Supplier-Related Corruption Risks
Life After Sepp Blatter: Major Challenges Await FIFA’s New President Gianni Infantino
Interview, The National, Agence-France Presse - February 27, 2016
Ahead Of FIFA Presidential Election, Here’s How An Increased Role For Women Could Help Shape Reforms
FIFA Election: Football Governing Body Still Has Much To Prove
BBC Sport interview with Dan Roan – February 25, 2016
FIFA Corruption: Sponsor Calls For Sepp Blatter’s Resignation Raise Red Flags
Volkswagen Names Porsche’s Matthias Muller As CEO
ABC News interview with Susanna Kim – Sept 25, 2015
Volkswagen Chief’s Swift Resignation Highlights Exploding Global Scandal
Los Angeles Times interview with Charles Fleming & Jim Puzzanghera – Sept 24, 2015
A Look At Volkswagen’s Emissions Controversy With Guest Host Erik Schatzker Of Bloomberg Television
Charlie Rose Bloomberg Business interview – Sept 23, 2015
Volkswagen C.E.O. Martin Winterkorn Resigns Amid Emissions Scandal
New York Times interview with Jack Ewing – Sept 23, 2015
What Must FIFA Do To Regain World’s Trust?
VOA interview – July 10, 2015
U.S. Ready To Snatch Qatar’s World Cup
Daily Beast interview with Nico Hines – June 3, 2015
The FBI’s Probe Into The Russian And Quatari World Cups Could Determine FIFA Reform
FIFA President Sepp Blatter Resigns Amid Corruption Scandal
FIFA Presidential Election Results 2015: Amid Corruption Allegations, Sepp Blatter Faces Calls For Reform
FIFA And Ethics: It’s Not An Oxymoron
LA Times interview with Kevin Baxter – September 13, 2014
FIFA Fiasco: Sponsors Scurry For Accountability, Face Reputation Risk
Wall Street Journal interview with Samuel Rubenfeld – June 11, 2014
Is Adidas Parting Ways With The IAAF?
Does FIFA Need Outside Reform?
CNN International News interview – December 22, 2015
Concerned Sponsors Meet With FIFA
Is the U.S. Facing A Backlash For Investigating FIFA?
What Can be Done to Reform FIFA from Within?