Chief Punishment Officer

During my latest OCEG GRC Strategy & Red Book 2 Bootcamp, one attendee stated they had seen the job title of Chief Punishment Officer in China. Any takers?

On a related note – one attendee had asked if anyone had a disciplinary matrix – wrongs with associated punishments – for their organization.

 
My upcoming bootcamps can be found at:
 
GRC STRATEGY & RED BOOK 2.0 BOOTCAMP
Boston, Massachusetts
Date: October 28-29, 2009

The objective of this Bootcamp is to provide attendees with the knowledge and hands-on practice necessary to efficiently design a GRC program based on Red Book 2.0. Attendees will learn about defining a GRC Strategy aligned with Red Book 2.0 through lectures and practical group exercises. For more detail and registration information, contact us at [email protected] or log into the new OCEG website (beta) and download the brochure. Register early to secure your space in this limited attendance event.

DEVELOPING YOUR GRC IT IMPROVEMENT PLAN BOOTCAMP
Boston, Massachusetts
Date: October 30, 2009

Held immediately following the GRC STRATEGY & RED BOOK 2.0 BOOTCAMP, at the same location, this is a one-day basic training exercise in developing GRC IT technology architecture and strategy. Attendees will receive value in understanding technology enablement of GRC and developing a GRC technology strategy that delivers sustainability, consistency, accountability, efficiency (cost-savings), and transparency across the organization’s risk and compliance initiatives. For more detail and registration information, contact us at [email protected] or log into the new OCEG website (beta) and download the brochure. Register early to secure your space in this limited attendance event.

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