Regulatory Change Management



Efficiency, Effectiveness & Agility in Regulatory Change Processes

The typical organization has a myriad of subject matter experts doing ad hoc monitoring of regulatory change and emailing parties of interest with little or no consistent follow-up, accountability, or business impact analysis. The organization is in a resource-intensive, confused state of monitoring regulatory risk, enforcement actions, new regulations, and pending legislation resulting in an inability to adequately predict the readiness of the organization to meet new requirements. There is no overall strategy to gather and share regulatory change information and decide what to do about it.

Organizations are struggling with regulatory change and seeking to integrate a regulatory change strategy and process with an integrated information and technology architecture. The goal is to provide actionable and relevant regulatory change content to support consistent regulatory change processes. A dynamic business environment requires a process to actively manage regulatory change and fluctuating risks impacting the organization. The old paradigm of uncoordinated regulatory change management is a disaster given the volume of regulatory information, the pace of change, and the broader operational impact on today’s risk environment.

The constant changes in today’s regulatory environments translate to a growing burden on organizations in terms of the number of regulations they face and their scope. Many organizations do not possess the necessary regulatory change management infrastructure and processes to address these changes and, consequently, find themselves at a competitive disadvantage and subject to regulatory scrutiny and losses that were preventable. These organizations can greatly benefit from moving away from manual and ad hoc process changes and toward a system specifically designed to manage those changes comprehensively and consistently. Such a system gathers and sorts relevant information, routes critical information to subject matter experts, models and measures potential impact on the organization, and establishes personal accountability for action or inaction.

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Table of Contents

  • Tsunami of Change Overwhelms Organizations

    • Regulatory Change Overwhelming the Organization

    • Broken Process and Insufficient Resources to Manage Regulatory Change

  • Defining a Regulatory Change Management Process

    • Elements of a Regulatory Change Management Process

    • Value and Benefits of a Regulatory Change Process

  • GRC Architecture to Manage Regulatory Change

    • Regulatory Change Management Architecture Goals

    • Regulatory Change Management Architecture Considerations

    • Regulatory Change Management Architecture Capabilities

  • GRC 20/20’s Regulatory Change Management Maturity Model

    • Level 1 – Ad Hoc

    • Level 2 – Fragmented

    • Level 3 – Managed

    • Level 4 – Integrated

    • Level 5 – Agile

  • GRC 20/20’s Final Perspective

  • About GRC 20/20 Research, LLC

  • Research Methodology

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