When the members of the Board of Directors of a large non-profit suspected embezzlement of company funds, they needed help. We met with them and heard about what was, to the board members, the strange pattern of events that had led to their suspicions.
During the meeting the CEO resigned and, as it turned out, the seemingly random facts and “strange” events all fit a classic profile of fraud. Somewhat typically, the board wanted to believe it was simply a misunderstanding, incompetence or laziness.
Reprinted with permission from http://i-sight.com/