How does your GRC Technology Strategy Measure Up?
I often say that organizations have been engaged in governance, risk management and compliance in one way or another, since the beginning of society. Over the past 10 – 15 years, with the onset of the concept of GRC as integrated capabilities that drive...
I often say that organizations have been engaged in governance, risk management and compliance in one way or another, since the beginning of society. Over the past 10 – 15 years, with the onset of the concept of GRC as integrated capabilities that drive Principled Performance, the structures and processes to drive these activities have matured. And, at the same time, the availability of technologies to support these efforts has grown at an exponential rate.
The number of software products and solution providers for GRC available today is impressive, maybe even overwhelming to some, but that growth is overshadowed by the real change – the maturing of software capabilities at an ever-accelerating pace.
Has your organization kept up with this change? Is it taking advantage of the insights that advanced GRC technologies can provide? Are you planning for a new GRC technology architecture that enables strategic planning and operational shifts based on real time risk information? Do you want to know what your peers are doing now and planning for tomorrow?
OCEG is investigating these questions and more in the current GRC Technology Strategy Survey. Take a few minutes of your time and join in the survey so that we can provide you with information that can help you to make decisions about your own GRC technology path and support your business case for change.
If you are a business executive or team member in any type of organization that uses technology to support strategic planning, audit, risk management, compliance, HR, training, business continuity, operational and third party management or other aspects of the business, then you should participate in this survey (and also encourage the participation of others in these roles in your organization).
Start the Survey Here.