What Do We Need to Align to Achieve Principled Performance? GRC Capabilities Illustrated Series Part 2 Slide Deck

What Do We Need to Align to Achieve Principled Performance? GRC Capabilities Illustrated Series Part 2 Slide Deck
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This webcast focuses on the “Align” component of the new GRC Capability Model 3.0 (Red Book) . We all know that keeping our car’s wheels in alignment is essential. Misalignment causes a lot of problems, from loss of steering control to reduction in the...

This webcast focuses on the “Align” component of the new GRC Capability Model 3.0 (Red Book). We all know that keeping our car’s wheels in alignment is essential. Misalignment causes a lot of problems, from loss of steering control to reduction in the safety and durability of the tires. In the same way, alignment failures in the GRC capabilities of an organization can knock us off the pathway to Principled Performance, cause us to swerve beyond the boundaries of acceptable operations, and put the organization at risk. So, we have to always ask ourselves:

  • How do we ensure strategies for addressing opportunities, threats and requirements align to the context, organizational culture and decision-making criteria set by leadership?
  • How can we know if compliance actions and controls align to both mandated and voluntary requirements?
  • How should we establish performance, risk and compliance indicators (KPIs, KRIs and KCIs) that align to established outcome objectives and decision-making criteria?

These are just some of the questions that we will address in this webcast, which focuses on the “Align” component of the new GRC Capability Model 3.0 (Red Book). Join OCEG and sponsors of the second installment of the GRC Capabilities Illustrated infographic series for a discussion about the key areas requiring alignment in the organization and how we achieve it.

Presenters:

  • French Caldwell, Chief Evangelist, MetricStream
  • Jimmy Lin, VP of Product Management & Corporate Development, The Network
  • Carole Switzer, President and Co-Founder, OCEG

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