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In the posts collected here we will examine a) the principal tools utilized in conducting assessments – interviews (both of client personnel and others), documents, focus groups and surveys; b) different conceptual frameworks for assessments, such as those offered by “maturity models,” as well as the utilization of survey data and other research in assessments; c) the use of the attorney-client privilege in assessments; d) the scope and size of assessments; and e) various considerations in drafting reports and formulating findings and recommendations.

  • Assessment mandates and benefits
  • Methodologies
  • Risk assessment
  • Program structure
  • Standards and procedures
  • Training and communications
  • Auditing, monitoring, and other “checking”
  • Reporting procedures, including helplines
  • Investigations
  • Discipline and other remedial measures
  • Personnel measures
  • Culture
  • Guest Posts
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