Building the Business Case for Better Policy Management

Director of Education, OCEG

March 10 - 15:00 until 16:00

(GMT | Greenwich Mean Time)

This event does not qualify for CPE credits

The Policy Management Illustrated Webinar Series This installment of the Policy Management Illustrated Webinar Series shows you how to develop and pitch a winning business case for improving your organization’s approach to policy management.

PLEASE NOTE. Certificates of Completion for CPE credit are not available for viewing of archived webinars. For GRCP holders, viewing of archived webinars will be automatically tracked and recorded in your Certification Dashboard on your Profile on the OCEG site and will count toward GRCP CPE requirements only.

We always hear that the biggest challenge to improving policy management is not knowing where to start, but the next and equally difficult challenge is making the business case for change. Creating a winning business case requires several “arts and sciences" including those related to strategy, innovation, planning, financial analysis, narrative, media design, and persuasion.

In this webinar, we will walk you through our step-by-step Winning Business Case Model that details straightforward iterative steps to create and deliver a compelling business case for your policy management change project. Using this method helps other executives (the board, the executive management review committee, or peer executives across the enterprise) understand that your risk-related initiative supports and furthers core business objectives and helps to change the misconception that policy management is only a cost center.

Learning Objectives:

· Outline the steps in defining the project concept and analyzing/presenting the value

· Understand how to make a persuasive pitch using principles of persuasion

· Identify key benefits of the proposed change to highlight


Moderator: Carole Switzer, Co-Founder and President, OCEG

Michael Rasmussen, GRC Research Analyst and Pundit, GRC 20/20 and OCEG Fellow

Robert O'Brien, CEO, MetaCompliance

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