When you think you have heard everything . . .
One of the attendees at the San Jose GRC Fundamentals, Strategy, and Technology Bootcamp today shared an interesting conversation she had.
In pursuing discussion with other organizations that have implemented GRC strategies, one told her that they actually had to get a psychologist involved. That is right – a psychologist.
It appears that the firm had so much disagreement and pull in different directions they brought a psychologist in to help the different factions work through their issues and come to common agreement on a strategy (which actually came down to two strategies when implemented).
So in the world of the GRC EcoSystem there is a new line of professional services – GRC psychologist. Build a room full of couches.
The question before you – do you need GRC consulting or GRC counseling?