GRC 20/20 Workshops provide interactive training to groups of people on a range of GRC topics. These workshops provide a collaborative learning environment in which the attendees will be guided through lectures, problems, activities, and discussion.

GRC 20/20 can be engaged to deliver workshops internally to organizations as well as sponsored by GRC solution providers for their clients and prospects. GRC 20/20 regularly teaches the following workshops throughout the world in 1/2-day, full-day, and multi-day formats . . .

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“GRC is a capability to reliably achieve objectives while addressing uncertainty and acting with integrity.” OCEG GRC Capability Model 2.1

GRC is what is achieved in the business and its operations. This means that GRC needs to be understood in the context of business architecture. To achieve good GRC processes in your environment requires an understanding of what the business is about, how it operates, and how it should be monitored and controlled through information and technology.

GRC is about taking an enterprise/business architecture approach to understanding the business and how it operates. This includes:

  • Strategy architecture. Understanding what the business is about and where it is going. This requires that we understand GRC in the context of business performance, strategy, objectives as well as its culture and values.
  • Process architecture. Flowing from strategy are the processes that define the business and how it operates. Good GRC is done in the rhythm of the business.
  • Information architecture. To support business operations and processes you need a good definition of GRC related information and how information flows across the business.
  • Technology architecture. You need to make sure that GRC technologies integrate with your business operations, systems, and processes.

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  • GRC Architects
  • Enterprise Architects
  • IT Professionals
  • And others responsible for GRC Strategy, Process, Information, and Technology

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  • Business is the context of GRC
  • The cadence of GRC in the rhythm of business
  • Relationship and integration of GRC to Enterprise Architecture
  • Understand a top-down as well as a bottom-up approach to defining a GRC process
  • Implement GRC in the context of business, process, and operations
  • Explore different GRC architecture models and how they apply to your organization
  • Discover the various technology categories for GRC and how they apply to your business
  • Take a risk-focused approach to developing a GRC information architecture
  • Align GRC with business performance, strategy, and objectives
  • Effectively communicate GRC with the business
  • Developing a GRC strategic plan
  • GRC Processes & the GRC Capability Model
  • GRC Information Architecture
  • How GRC Information Relates to Each Other
  • GRC Information in the Context of Business Strategy and Process
  • GRC Technology Architecture
  • Areas of GRC Technology
  • How GRC Technology Integrates Into the Business
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