To create and deploy compelling ethics and compliance education and communication experiences, one must obtain support within the organization. These educational experiences will cost more than the traditional methods of the past. The good news is that investment in education and communications activities, along with a focus on values-based leadership, collaboration, engagement, and culture, all produce a positive return on investment. Cultural change does take commitment, persistence, and patience. Once started, positive cultural changes can snowball, and organization members will be more engaged, satisfied, and productive. People will demonstrate ethical behavior, while business performance will improve. Professors John Kotter and James Haskett, in their 1992 book Corporate Culture and Performance, describe tremendous performance improvement in organizations with collaborative environments.