If you take a Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) management approach that focuses solely on meeting legal obligations, you may miss other risk factors that could heavily impact your business and hamper your opportunities for growth. That’s why a collaborative approach that sees Governance, Strategy, Risk, Audit, Compliance, Ethics & IT Security working together and sharing information is the best way to drive strategic principled performance.
To have a truly cohesive GRC program, you need to include every department in your approach. While core governance, audit, and compliance systems are the backbone of an organisation, businesses need to address risk, uncertainty, and strategic goals with the same vigour.
Join this webinar to find out how following ‘The Strategic Pathway to Principled Performance’ can align your critical departments to enhance your GRC capabilities and provide strategic advantages.Login
Carole Switser is a recognised global leader in GRC. President of the Open Compliance & Ethics Group, a global nonprofit think tank that provides standards, guidelines and online resources to help organisations achieve Principled Performance, she holds a GRC Professonal Certification (GRCP) from GRC Certify, is frequently published in leading business magasines, and lectures on GRC internationally. In 2010, she was honored with a lifetime membership in the Institute for Risk Management. She directed development of the OCEG Framework, including the open source OCEG Red Book GRC Capability Model, of which she is a principal author, and the accompanying GRC Assessment Tools (known as the Burgundy Book). She is a regular columnist in Compliance Week magasine and advises business school professors in several countries on teaching GRC.
During his tenure with Camms, Andrew Cutter was the Executive Vice President of Sales for Camms Group North America. He was viewed as a change agent and leader for enterprise transformation, coupled with deep domain expertise in Governance, Risk and Compliance, Andrew is passionate about helping companies mature their business methodology. Having worked for 15+ years at General Electric Capital Corporation and leading transformation across large global Internal Audit, Internal Control, and Compliance teams, under heightened regulatory pressure, Andrew understands the complexity of driving change through software automation. Transitioning into a sales leadership role in 2017, Andrew was instrumental in helping define go to market strategy and positioning GRC software to numerous multinationals, regulatory agencies, well-known technology companies, and more.