Successfully Integrating GRC Capabilities – GRC Professional - New York, NY – May 2018

Successfully Integrating GRC Capabilities – GRC Professional - New York, NY – May 2018
May
7
Event type:
In Person
Date:
Monday, May 7 to Wednesday, May 9
Time zone:
America/New_York
Location:
New York, NY
Event Filed in Investigations , Compliance , Internal Audit , Controls , Certification , Training & Communication , Ethics , Principled Performance , Policies , Governance , Assurance / Audit , Audit , Culture , Risk , Risk Assessment , Capability Model , Integrated GRC , Risk Management

Learn a framework and language to successfully integrate GRC at your organization and get buy-in from management; break down silos; and, reduce duplication and complexity.

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could get the cooperation of others in your organization? If you could break down silos in your organization that cause friction and duplication of efforts.

If you are trying to integrate governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) functions in your organization you may be experiencing some of the same common barrier most organizations experience.

  • Lack of champions,
  • Inability to secure department cooperation, and
  • Lack of a strategy for implementation

Are you frustrated, by the struggle to get buy in from management or gain champions in other parts of your organization?

Do you feel like it’s impossible to accomplish your job because of:

  • More and more being added to your plate,
  • Constantly putting out fires, and reacting to the latest risk or compliance requirement,
  • Little or no cooperation from other groups in your organization,
  • A lack of resources to get the job done.

If you are being asked to do more, with less, and feel as if you are making only minimal progress, even though you are working more than ever, we have some very good news.

There are some simple ways to change your thinking, and change your approach that will help you develop a language and process to break down silos, reduce duplication, and remove these barriers.

Imagine what you could accomplish without those barriers.

If you are ready to develop a more strategic, proactive approach, join us for this upcoming training session where you will learn the language and process for removing the barriers to GRC integration in your organization.

You can take control of your situation today by registering for this upcoming session and you will will be on your way to feeling fulfillment in your job, and making the valuable contribution you desire.

Learning Objectives


  • Understand the concept of Principled Performance, the "why" behind GRC
  • Develop a GRC strategic plan / roadmap for integration
  • Design and implement an integrated GRC capability based on the OCEG GRC Capability Model
  • Get buy-in from management, break down silos, and develop champions throughout the organization (get a seat at the table)
  • Explain the value of Principled Performance, and an integrated approach to GRC, to your management and board
  • Walk away with practical advice you can start implementing immediately


GRC Professional Certification

This course also prepares you to successfully pass the GRC Professional certification exam, the top GRC certification in the world. As a result, you get multiple benefits from attending this training.

In fact, over 90% of participants pass the GRC Professional exam on their first attempt!

Significantly improve your chances of passing the exam, on your first attempt, which saves you time and frustration from taking the exam multiple times.

CIO Magazine, Certification Magazine and Global Knowledge all list the GRC Professional certification as the top GRC certification.

Raise your creditability in GRC, by obtaining this valuable certification.


NASBA CPE Information

This is a basic course and there are no prerequisites or advanced preparation.

Field of Study: Management Advisory Services

This is a group live event for NASBA authorized continuing education credit. Attendees who are All Access Pass holders or enterprise members of OCEG will receive a certificate of completion of this event indicating 24 hours of CPE.

To register for this event, please click on the Registration button at the top of the page.

OCEG is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have the final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org.

For information regarding administrative issues such as complaints or refunds please contact info@oceg.org.

Share