GRC & Business Alignment without a Map Slide Deck

GRC & Business Alignment without a Map Slide Deck
Slide Deck filed in Compliance , Strategy

Change is all around us and impacts every aspect of governance, risk management, and compliance. Business is dynamic – changing minute by minute and second by second, it is also distributed across an intricate web of business relationships.

Change is all around us and impacts every aspect of governance, risk management, and compliance. Business is dynamic – changing minute by minute and second by second, it is also distributed across an intricate web of business relationships.

To effectively address GRC requires that the organization be able to address a dynamic, shifting, and complex business environment. GRC professionals need to not only understand regulatory change, risk change, and business change but how these three areas of change intersect with each other.

It is not enough to just keep up with changing regulations as a change to your business may take you from a state of compliance to non-compliance. To effectively manage change in a GRC context requires that the organization have an understanding of business architecture, and have a GRC architecture model that supports and integrates into the business architecture to ensure that GRC is effective, efficient, and agile to the dynamic business.

Speakers will include Michael Rasmussen of GRC 20/20 and other GRC experts.

Sponsored by Mega.

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