Learn lessons on adaptive working, shifting to global views on risk, and creating opportunities to innovate current risk mitigation practices.
Get answers to your questions on how your risk management strategies should evolve to prepare your organization for the future, post-pandemic.
Understand how internal audit is adapting to the demands of today and the unknowns of tomorrow – includes lessons on aligning internal audit to business objectives, smarter use of technology, and building connections with people.
What are you doing to enhance the value of the internal audit function in the new “normal”? How can we keep enhancing internal audit maturity? As promised here are the questions & answers from our latest webinar, How Internal Audit Adjusts for Tomorrow.
Are you frantically trying to manage your supply chain during the COVID-19 pandemic? How do you keep trust and collaboration with suppliers under diminished cash flow conditions? Get the answer to this and other highly-asked questions.
Especially in times of coronavirus, business continuity plans provide structure but must remain fluid enough to adapt.
So, you’re ready to hit the gas on finding an effective business process automation software to drive results and positive impact in your organization? Congrats! Check out this 9-step guide towards a new business process automation solution.
When it comes to putting together a GRC platform—or using any of Onspring’s other solutions—It doesn’t matter what kind of cooking personality you have. If you use our professional services team to lean on or you do it yourself, the results will be good. Anyone can do it—it’s just like when you’re cooking; you need the confidence to go into your kitchen and say, “I might burn this cake or destroy this pie, but I also might make something really good. If I fail, it won’t be for long.”
Getting great, new people isn’t easy, but it is so important to take the time and attention necessary to make the best choices. A few bad hires can really cripple a company and cause hard-to-correct damage. While there is no foolproof way to make sure a bad hire never happens, there are some good practices you can follow to find the best talent for your organization.
This is my “sometimes the best lessons to learn are the hard ones” offering. I wish I could say that everything I am I owe to the tireless work ethic I’ve fostered since day one on the job. I cannot. In fact, there were stretches in the early part of my career where the best adjective I can muster up to describe them is wayward. The real value of this lesson for me is in another I’ve learned:
It’s never too late.
As someone who has worked with auditors for over a decade implementing software to help streamline their audits, I can undoubtedly say that the auditor stereotypes are mostly untrue. First off, I’ve met several auditors that I would consider “glass half-full” people; the kind that would be more likely to say, “What would we do if Karen won the lottery and quit?!” rather than “What would we do if Karen got hit by a bus?!”
When GRC platforms started becoming a “thing” in the mid-2000s, there were only a few major players in the market. They focused primarily on IT: whether it be controls, policies or risk management. Additionally, with the Enron and Worldcom scandals, SOX and its myriad of financial reporting controls quickly became platform offerings as well. As the market started expanding quickly at the turn of the decade, the concept of “eGRC”, with the “e” standing for enterprise, swept the landscape. Why settle for managing IT processes when many of the tools were capable of managing an entire organizations’ Governance, Risk and Compliance frameworks? The natural progression had begun.