Announcing Manufacturing Talk Radio’s New Show:

A Global Perspective
Prof Sanford

Dr. Adriana Sanford

Dr. Adriana Sanford, Executive Producer and Show Host of A Global Perspective interviews seasoned thought leaders and executives from some of America’s leading corporations, think tanks, law offices, industry associations and international non-profits about Global Supply Chain Ethics, Privacy, Data Protection, Hack Attacks, Counterfeit Product Deterrence, Anti-Corruption and Anti-Money Laundering Laws, and Regulation of Human Rights-Related Risks. Dr. Sanford, a leading authority in these subject areas, will be covering these topics and current news as it happens to help the executives and employees in companies of all sizes understand the complexities and conflicts between laws of various nations that can adversely impact a company or put its executives and any of the employees in legal jeopardy.

Click for:
Dr. Sanford’s Bio        Dr. Sanford’s CV        International Institute of Management

Podcast Episodes

Below is a library of articles and interviews featuring Dr. Sanford.

S9-E2a Dr. Adriana Sanford interviews Mr. Wilfried Grommen, Chief Technology Officer at Hewlett Packard.

Dr. Sanford’s guest is Mr. Wilfried Grommen, (Click Here for Mr. Grommen’s bio) Chief Technology Officer at Hewlett Packard for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

S7-E5 What does Brexit mean for your data’s privacy?

Professor Adriana Sanford, Mfg Talk Radio’s Senior International Correspondent for Corporate Compliance and Ethics, and Clinical Associate Professor at the W.P. Carey School of Business, visiting research professor of the Universidad de Talca, Facultad de Economia y Negocios, and a Dean’s Visiting Scholar of Georgetown University Law Center will be with us to discuss the legal and ethical issues behind Brexit, privacy, data protection and the transatlantic flow of data.

S6-E5 Apple vs The FBI

We discuss the potential ramifications of Apple vs the FBI with Adriana Sanford, Senior International Correspondent for Corporate Compliance and Ethics. Where will it lead us as the FBI looks for an encryption breaker, or weaker encryption, that could be hacked? Would releasing to China, the NSA, the CIA, other countries, other agencies and state and local law enforcement be next? If you think your privacy is at risk, you need to listen as Dr. Sanford discusses the international ramifications for personal privacy if the FBI prevails.

S4-E17 ISM Report on Business for July 2015 & Prof Sanford on Dodd-Frank

Brad Holcomb, Committee Chair of the Institute for Supply Management’s Manufacturing Report on Business puts into context the ISM’s Purchasing Managers Index number for July 2015. Although the substantial majority of the provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act apply to public companies, many small and mid-sized companies are also implementing similar controls because their investors or executives demand it.

Prof. Sanford provides insights as to why the average whistle-blower might blow the whistle and strategic steps that should be considered when one stumbles upon the tip of the iceberg or the entire iceberg. Small and medium-sized businesses must appreciate the closer scrutiny that will be brought on by whistle-blowers, particularly regarding FCPA matters. Whether you are on the manufacturing floor, a supply chain professional, in receiving, or a corporate executive, doing the right thing is the right thing to do.

Prof. Sanford on Dodd-Frank starts around 32:00

S4-E13a Senior International Correspondent Professor Adriana Sanford Speaks on Microsoft US Court Case RE “Dublin Emails”

Every manufacturer in the U.S. could be adversely affected by the outcome of the Microsoft case and the Dublin emails. Learn why ten briefs have been signed by 28 leading technology and media companies, 35 leading computer scientists, and 23 trade associations and advocacy organizations that together represent millions of members on both sides of the Atlantic from Senior International Correspondent Professor Adriana Sanford as she explains what this case is about and why it could negatively touch every manufacturer across America.

S4-Ea1Corporate Ethics with Prof. Adriana Sanford

Sanford’s area of expertise centers on global security and compliance issues in multinational businesses and cross-border financial transactions, which range from sophisticated money laundering or product counterfeiting schemes to online data privacy and the cultural challenges associated with international expansions. She has worked extensively throughout Latin America, as well as Canada and Europe and was a  delegate to the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO Summit in Santiago, Chile. Sanford assumed a front-line role when she orchestrated meetings between government officials, the Chairman of the Summit, and several US-based Fortune 500 companies.May 19th – Professor Adriana Sanford, Senior International Correspondent for Corporate Compliance and Ethics.  Professor Sanford, who teaches at Arizona State University, discusses several topics that can impact U.S. manufacturers, especially those sourcing raw materials or component parts overseas or in Latin America, as well as companies who have goods assembled offshore or near shore.

Articles by Professor Sanford