Introduction to the new GRC Metrics & Measurement Guide
In this webinar we will provide you with an overview of the GRC Metrics & Measurement Guide and a discussion about selecting metrics that matter for you.
Too many GRC programs measure and report on their activity rather than their effectiveness. OCEG's updated version of the Metrics & Measurement Guide helps GRC leaders bring their programs in-line with strategic business goals to create success. The Guide is designed for use by risk, compliance and audit executives, and it will help directors and other senior executives charged with governance responsibilities to get a clear view of the information they need. In this webinar we will provide you with an overview of the GRC Metrics & Measurement Guide and a discussion about selecting metrics that matter for you.
The Guide walks you through establishing a GRC measurement strategy, selecting relevant indicators, implementing the strategy and addressing challenges. You can also use the Guide to make the business case for improvement in your GRC measurement program, including the acquisition of technology that enables you to gather, visualize and analyze your GRC information.
Webinar attendees will learn how the Guide addresses:
- Sound practices for measuring and reporting program performance
- Key metrics that should be considered in evaluating program performance
- A plan for putting a measurement program in place
- Other useful resources that will support these efforts
- Carole Switzer, OCEG Co-Founder & President
- Angus Robertson, Senior VP Marketing, Convercent
CPE Credit Notice
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