In this webinar, we report on findings of our recent research into GRC readiness to respond to rapid change and discuss how to strengthen your GRC strategy.
Change is coming at a greater velocity and with more significant impact now than ever before. The ways that businesses and other organizations operate, the technologies they use, and the risks and requirements they face, are all expanding in both number and level of complication.
To be able to meet the rapid changes arising in today's environment, you must have a well-designed and executed GRC strategy. This should include defined strategic goals and guidance, inclusive leadership and teams, and a technology backbone that has a consistent data structure capable of providing measurement of outcomes. Weakness in any of these aspects of GRC strategy leads to lack of confidence and damages the ability to respond effectively to rapid change.
In our recent research, we looked at how ready organizations are to ensure achievement of objectives in the face of changing operations, risks and requirements. Join us for a review of the findings and a discussion of how to use GRC strategy to enable greater flexibility and responsiveness in the face of unexpected or rapid change.
- Review the GRC Readiness survey results
- Define the key aspects of effective GRC strategy
- Identify top risk concerns on the horizon
- Outline steps being taken to improve responsiveness
Loren Johnson, Senior Director Product Marketing, MetricStream
Carole Switzer, Co-Founder and President, OCEG
Field of Study: Management Services
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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