Resources & Publications

Recent Articles


*Calvin London (2024). ‘Aussies Don’t Dob: Cultural Influences on Whistleblower Programs.’ Corporate Compliance Insights.  May.
*Patrick Kennedy; Calvin London; Samantha Kelen; Theodore Banks.  (2024). “Complete Healthcare Compliance Manual 2024: Chapter 3 Running an Effective Compliance Program – Compliance Training.  Society of Corporate Ethics & Health Care Compliance Association, MN USA.
*Calvin London (2024).  ‘The numbers game: Society’s impact on corporate ethics.’  April Ethikos. Vol 38(2).
*Calvin London (2024).  ‘New Zealand Still Ranks ‘King of the Castle’ in Oceania But Faces Corruption Risks. Transparency International New Zealand.  March.
* Calvin London (2024).  ‘Be respected before being liked.’  Compliance and Ethics Professional.  February. Vol 21 (1).
* Calvin London (2024). ‘Are Unethical people born that way, and can they be taught ethics?’  January. Ethikos Vol 38(1).


* Calvin London (2023).  ‘Training: The good, the bad and the ugly.’  Compliance and Ethics Professional (CEP).  December. Vol 20(11).
* Calvin London (2023).  How to Lose a Sterling Reputation in 3 Years:  The Story of the ‘Lying Kangaroo.’ Corporate Compliance Insights. November. 
* Calvin London (2023).  ‘Is New Zealand Losing Its ‘Clean’ Compliance Image?’ Transparency International New Zealand.  November.
* Calvin London (2023).  ‘Corruption Down Under (Part II): New Zealand Losing Its Grip.’ Corporate Compliance Insights. October.
* Calvin London (2023).  ‘Corruption Down Under (Part I): Australia, Not What It Seems.’ Corporate Compliance Insights. October.

 Article Archive


* Calvin London (2022).  ‘Unethical People, Bad Apples & the Effect on Corporate Compliance.’ Corporate Compliance Insights. December.
* Calvin London (2022). “When it Comes to Compliance, Should We Educate or Train?”. Corporate Compliance Insights.  November.
* Calvin London (2022). ‘Two sides of the coin: Proactive versus reactive compliance management.’ Compliance and Ethics Professional November. Vol 19(11): 14-18.
* Calvin London (2022). ‘All aboard the train: Motivating the masses in hard times.’  Compliance and Ethics Professional September. Vol 19(9): 26-30.
* Calvin London (2022). ‘The emperor’s new clothes: What’s your attitude about training?’  Compliance Today August. Vol 24(8): 54- 57.
 * Calvin London (2022). ‘Risk management plans: A chain of compliance responsibility.’  Compliance Today.  June Vol 24(6): 48- 52.
* Calvin London (2022). ‘Taking the sting out of audits: Dos and don’ts.  Compliance Today. May. Vol 24(5): 48-52.
* Calvin London (2022).  ‘When It Comes to Preventing Bribery, Leave Nothing to the Imagination’.  Corporate Compliance Insights.  April.
* Calvin London (2022). ‘Where is the ‘ Q’ for ‘quality’ in compliance?’  Compliance & Ethics Professional March. Vol 19(3): 44 – 47.
* Calvin London (2022). ‘The Negative Externalities of Modern slavery.’ Ethixbase Insights. February.  


* Calvin London (2021). Time to Fall on Your Sword: Will DOJ’s Focus on Individuals Stem the Flow of Misconduct? Corporate Compliance Insights. December.
* Calvin London (2021).  ‘Essential elements of employee feedback programs.’  Compliance & Ethics Professional October. Vol 18(10): 43 – 46.
* Calvin London (2021). ‘My compliance program doesn’t work’.  Compliance Today. October Vol. 23(10): 60 – 64.
* Calvin London (2021).  ‘The Actions of a Few Affect the Lives of So Many: COVID-19 and Compliance.’   Corporate Compliance Insights.  August.
* Calvin London (2021). ‘Compliance SOPs: Friend or foe?’  Compliance Today. August Vol 23(8): 60-64.
* Patrick Kennedy; Calvin London; Samantha Kelen and Theodore Banks (2021).  Health Care Compliance Association’s (HCCA’s) Complete Healthcare Compliance Manual. 1st Edn. Chapter 3.  Running an Effective Compliance Program: Compliance Training.
* Calvin London (2021). ‘Compliance, Culture and COVID’.  Corporate Compliance Insights. February,


* Calvin London; Reyna Chris Comeros and An Nguyen. (2020).  ‘Mind The Gap: A new adaptable QMS offers a common standard for all disciplines.’  Quality Progress Vol 53(11):30 -37.
* Calvin London; Virginie L’Allemain and Debo Shokunbi. (2020).  MARS_A Process for establishing consistent standards.  Compliance Today November. Vol. 22(11):64-70.
* Calvin London (2020).  5 Ways to Champion Compliance Among Remote Teams During COVID.  Corporate Compliance Insights. Aug.
* Calvin London (2020).  Mixed Messages and Inconsistencies Lead to Non-compliance.’  Corporate Compliance Insights. July.
* Calvin London (2020).  ‘The Persistent Pandemic – Modern Slavery’.  Ethixbase.  May.
* Calvin London (2020). ‘Two-Up: Random Acts of Kindness (and selfishness) in a Crisis.’  Corporate Compliance Insight. April.
* Calvin London. (2020). ‘Down the Toilet (With No Paper) – Lessons in Compliance from COVID-19.’ Corporate Compliance Insights.’  March.
* Calvin London (2020). ‘If Only… (Lessons in compliance from the Australian Bushfires).  Corporate Compliance Insights.’ February.
* Calvin London, Reyna Comeros; An Nguyen (2020). ‘Third Party Management Review.’  Compliance Today. January. Vol. 22(1):30-33.


* Calvin London (2019). ‘Make Training Appeal to the Inner Child.’ Compliance & Ethics Professional (CEP) Magazine. November. Vol. 33(11): 44-46.
* Calvin London (2019). ‘Everyone Wants to do the Right Thing.  Really?’ Corporate Compliance Insights.  August.
* Calvin London (2019). ‘Hands-on recall training: New ways to recharge training.’ Compliance & Ethics Professional (CEP) Magazine.  September. Vol. 33(9):48-51.
* Calvin London (2019). ‘Sound Bytes, Training Shots and Memory Joggers.’  ethikos October. Vol. 33(10):9-11.
* Calvin London, Reyna Comeros; An Nguyen (2020).  ‘Making Your Policies POP – A Policy Operationalization Process’. Compliance Today.   April. Vol. 22 (4):52-55.
* Calvin London (2019). ‘Training foie gras: Problems with modern-day training.’ Compliance & Ethics Professional (CEP) Magazine. July. Vol. 33(7):50-52.
* Calvin London (2019). ‘Getting to a functional ‘Speak up’ culture.’ ethikos. June.  Vol. 33(6):1-3.
* Calvin London (2019). ‘Moments of Truth: Educational tools for codes of conduct training’.  ethikos. August. Vol. 33(8):7-8.