On a daily basis, I work hand-in-hand (or phone-to-phone) with clients to guide them through implementing their Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) processes using platform-based software. Having been involved in the implementation of dozens of GRC processes in a number of different industries, I can tell you the one thing they have in common: they’re all different.
Excel is a great tool…in small doses. But if you’re running internal audit and enterprise risk management (ERM) functions on a global scale using a system of spreadsheets, you may be feeling the pain of inefficiency. That was the challenge facing Meredith Maher, director of audit and analytics.
The Onspring team is about to take off on a cross-country trip involving just about every mode of transportation known to man. Airplanes, shuttles, taxis, trains, rolling carts—and possibly the odd hover board—will all be employed to move our crew from Kansas City to San Francisco to Dallas in the stretch of 10 days. What could go wrong?
The kickoff can set the tone for an entire football game. And the same is true in the business world where a project kickoff can set you up for success or constant struggle. Whether you deliver consulting services for your clients or you’re managing an internal project for your company, starting a project on the right foot is essential. Here are a few “Rules of the Game” that we follow at Onspring.
One of the biggest obstacles startups face is keeping their team in sync as the business grows. In the early days, it’s easy to converse across the room and work collaboratively around the card table. But as the employee count balloons, people spend more time out of the office with clients and teams become more distributed, holding the business together becomes insanely difficult.