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.
While you have settled into a temporary state of normal during the pandemic ─ adjusting to disrupted risk evaluations, revising mitigation plans, and embracing new forms of communication ─ you still need to plan how to adjust for the future normal in risk management. Read our five predictions on the future of risk management.
Five predictions on the future of audit activities. Will they hold true? Following each prediction is a series of actions the internal audit function can take to evolve and become a more strategic leader in the business.
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.
PART 2: We’re back with more questions & answers around managing vendors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Get all the answers to questions asked during our recent webinar, Supply Chains in Crisis.
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.
One of the best moments of 2019 was Onspring being named a Gold Medalist by SoftwareReviews, who recognizes outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace as evaluated by their users. And that’s the key—our users were responsible for us winning this award.
Having up-to-date, accurate information in a shared environment creates accountability and makes for a more engaged employee. And that, in turn, helps create a successful company. An open form of governance and compliance helps ensure participation and trust. It’s a good operational principle.