Why Policies Matter
2019-12-11 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
The Policy Management Illustrated Webinar Series – Part Ten. This tenth installment of the Policy Management Illustrated Webinar Series provides you with talking points to gain adherence to policies and support for your policies at every level of your organization.
A decade ago, we used to always hear people asking why policies matter. After all, they argued, aren’t the laws and regulations we have to follow enough guidance, and don’t policies restrict flexibility and create liability when they aren’t followed? Surprisingly, we still hear these questions today.
In this webinar, we answer these and other questions about the value of policies in today’s risk laden business environment. We look at the role of policies in defining governance culture and objectives, setting the standard for acceptable conduct, and building desired culture.
- Developing talking points about the value of policies in building
- Identifying benefits and outcomes from ensuring strong policies
- Outlining how to use policies to define and communicate the organization’s boundaries, practices, and expectations
- Michael Rasmussen, GRC Research Analyst and Pundit, GRC 20/20 and OCEG Fellow
The Policy Management Illustrated Series
OCEG and GRC20/20 are pleased to present the Policy Management Illustrated Webinar Series as a complete resource for maturing your policy management processes and systems of policy control.
The series takes a deep dive into each step of the policy management life cycle, offering guidance on where to begin and resources to help you make the case for better policy management with installments addressing:
- An Overview of the Policy Lifecycle
- Development and Approval
- Communication and Training
- Implementation and Enforcement
- Engaging Employees
- Tracking change that impacts policies
- Evaluating Effectiveness
- Where Policy Management Fits
- Building the Business Case for Better Policy Management
- Explaining Why Policies Matter
- Preparing for Policy Management Change