LeanGRC® Organization and Team

Part of LeanGRC® eBook Series

Apply time-tested principles of "lean" to GRC using this helpful series of 6 eBooks. The four basic principles of lean thinking are relevant to GRC: (1) add nothing but value and eliminate waste; (2) center on people who add value; (3) flow value from demand; and (4) optimize across organizations.

Part of LeanGRC® eBook Series

Apply time-tested principles of "lean" to GRC using this helpful series of 6 eBooks. The four basic principles of lean thinking are relevant to GRC: (1) add nothing but value and eliminate waste; (2) center on people who add value; (3) flow value from demand; and (4) optimize across organizations.

LeanGRC® Organization and Team
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Structure for success with a lean organization that streamlines governance, risk and compliance processes

The movement towards a unified view of risk and compliance has forced many companies to face challenges in their organizational structure that were creating or hiding significant inefficiencies. Their organizational structures often led to redundant effort, lack of effective communication and collaboration, limited enterprise-wide risk visibility, and high costs. But, the principles embodied in LeanGRC® can help solve these challenges, and create significant cost savings across the enterprise.

The root cause of these inefficiencies typically is the existence of compliance “silos” throughout the organization (see Connecting Silos: Lean Information Management, the fourth installment in the LeanGRC® series). These exist wherever information relating to risk and compliance is not effectively shared, inconsistent processes exist, or duplicated effort takes place across organizational boundaries. The net effect is not only very high costs, but also less effective decision-making because key decisions are often made

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