We are in the midst of working through a CECO SWOT Analysis to help CECO’s develop their strategy in 2021 and into the future. Last week we looked at the STRENGTHS of the typical CECO; this week we turn to WEAKNESSES.
As you look to build your strategic compliance and ethics plan in 2021, it is critical to evaluate where you are now in your role, capabilities, and your program and what you need to work on to deliver the leadership and skills to achieve your goals moving forward. If you are like me, you do not want to focus on weakness. But we need to identify and address our weaknesses in order to do better. Some weaknesses we can overcome ourselves; others may require outside assistance. Perhaps it means finding capabilities on your team to provide balance to your weak areas.
The points below are generalizations, so you may or may not identify with them. But they are good places for discussion, learning, and interaction as the CECO prepares for the future. The typical CECO today struggles with:
- Limited technical acumen: Most compliance roles have grown out of legal, which has often been more comfortable with . . .
[THE REST OF THIS ARTICLE CAN BE FOUND ON THE CONVERCENT BLOG WHERE GRC 20/20’S MICHAEL RASMUSSEN IS A GUEST AUTHOR]