Category Archives: Audit

  

Two B4G Principals to Speak At National Forum!

Dr. Sridhar Ramamoorti, ACA, CPA/CITP/CFF/CGMA, CIA, CFE, CFSA, CGAP, CGFM, CRMA, CRP, MAFF, Founding and Managing Principal of Behavioral Forensics GroupTMLLC, has been invited to speak in June at the annual Consultants Conference of the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA), in Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Ramamoorti’s presentation is titled, “Beliefs, Behaviors, and […]



WHY EXECUTIVES AND ORGANIZATIONS FAIL

(It is in rewards and compensation systems) (By Dr. Joseph W. Koletar, CFE, Founding Principal of Behavioral Forensics GroupTMLLC) (NOTE: Our previous posting briefly suggests that rewards structures within companies sometimes encourage fraud, especially when business is going bad. This posting by Dr. Koletar picks up where that posting ended by more deeply defining the […]



Behavioral Forensics Group Rides West (NACVA)

Inaugural Education Program for the Behavioral Forensics Group   (Daven Morrison with Jack Bigelow, Vic Hartman and Joe Koletar) Last month we spent a weekend with the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) in San Diego. In our inaugural Behavioral Forensics Group seminar our team had the delightful opportunity to share our concepts and […]

  

WE ARE BACK!!!

To our bringingfreudtofraud followers: We are back! Our blog site has been dormant during construction of (and eventual integration with) our new web site, behavioralforensicsgroup.com.  But we are now back and you will soon see fresh new postings on all matters regarding why people commit fraud. The Curator



TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE? HOW CAN WE KNOW?

(By Jack Bigelow) 60 years ago, our nation was stunned by Sputnik. The Soviet Union caught the United States by surprise when it launched the first human-made satellite. Sputnik became the trigger-title for starting an intense period of national introspection, concluding that U.S. attention to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (now known in academic circles […]