Transparent communication

 

Transparent communication


Since the 1990s, all modern legislation, if we consider Italian Law no. 231/2001 (as well as Italian Law no. 241/1990), has encouraged public and private organisations to adopt organisational and control models, aimed at improving compliance performance, anti-corruption and transparency.

Measures that are certainly heading in this direction include the EN-ISO certifications for the quality of services, Italian Law no. 190/2012, Italian Law no. 97/2016 and the ethical and self-regulatory codes that are developing more frequently.

If it is true that there is a high risk in Italy of ending up, rightly or wrongly, involved in a judicial procedure, it is equally true that this risk can be reduced considerably by choosing to prevent (through the adoption of precise and elaborate transparent communication protocols) instead of dealing with possible embezzlement of funds and the inevitable effects associated with the same.

We carry out consultancy in the private and public sector, aimed at reducing the risk of illegality, shielding the subject in the possibility of trials by the media and we protect the heads of organisations from misconduct carried out by middle managers, which would otherwise be difficult to monitor.

The elaboration of techniques aimed at transparent communication is the fundamental skill of our times, necessary to handle extremely delicate issues that impact on the future of companies, the stability of institutions and the people who drive them.