In today’s global and increasingly digital business world, a broad spectrum of changes are taking us to a new level of strategic and tactical complexity and creating pressures on business performance. The nature of risk presented by these developments has changed, and so must the role played by the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as he or she strives to ensure the success of the organization.
The CFO, with a hand on the financial reins of the organization, is a critical player in the strategic design of the integrated GRC strategy. The CFO can be the enterprise architect for a GRC approach that will protect and create value to drive Principled Performance.
In this webinar, we address the role of the CFO at the center of planning for stronger GRC capabilities. We cover the conversations that a CFO should have with the board, executive team and each of the other core GRC roles in governance, compliance, risk, finance and more. Whether you are a CFO or hold a different GRC role, you will benefit from understanding the talking points and outcomes to be gained from greater team collaboration.
Explain the role of the CFO in gaining Principled Performance
Understand how and why the CFO should have a role in defining GRC architecture
Outline the conversations the CFO should have with each key player
Mike Rost, Vice President, Corporate Marketing, Workiva