Lead or Bleed
Why Bad Things Happen To Good Organizations
Small and medium sized organizations are especially at risk to theft, fraud and loss due to the lack of organizational resources, size of organization, and general lack of margins to absorb losses. Scale matters.
The Bottom Line: The median loss for for a small business is $150,000 per incident. This course looks at some of the criminalogical theories of fraud that can provide a road map to solutions. The course includes actionable measures that leaders can take to blunt and mitigate the effects of fraud and theft. By applying practical solutions to an understanding of the various fraud theories leaders can take action to mitigate losses from fraud and theft.
Aaron M. Denbo is a seasoned instructor, interviewer, and investigator who focuses on applying innovative and effective techniques to the investigative process. Mr. Denbo is a Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Forensic Interviewer with investigative specializations in Healthcare Fraud, Organized Crime, Interviewing, and S/OSINT. He earned a Masters degrees in Religion and a Master of Applied Science in Security Management with a subject matter focus on Organizational Security.
He also holds advanced certificates in Forensic Linguistics and a certificate in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. His investigative background includes fraud investigation in Higher Education entitlement programs, Healthcare Fraud, and Insurance fraud. He is currently a fraud investigator in the Pacific Northwest and Special Investigations instructor at the Braven Academy.
StartIntroduction and Course Materials
StartLead or Bleed: Course Introduction (12:06)
StartModule 1: Fraud Theories - Fraud Triangle and Fraud Diamond (8:32)
StartModule 2: Why The Workplace Matters (11:04)
StartModule 3: On Workplace Deviance (14:06)
StartModule 4: Other Working Theories (18:38)