with Special Guest Michael Rasmussen from GRC 20/20
Cadence of Risk Management:
This is not your Father’s GRC Program
Tuesday, May 13
1:00 pm ET
Cadence of Risk Management: This is not your Father’s GRC Program
Governance, Risk Management & Compliance (GRC) is something every organization does, and it is important for every organization to do this well. Many of us have addressed aspects of GRC the same way we have for the past decade or two. Sure there are modifications to deal with new issues and developments, but the overall process and approach have remained the same. Times have changed, organizations are struggling to manage GRC in the context of dynamic and distributed business environments. External risk bearing down on the business as well as internal risk across strategy and operations requires new paradigms in managing risk effectively in the context of GRC. A particular challenge is the complexity of risk interrelationships. To effectively manage risk in the context of GRC involves having the right risk governance, strategy, processes, information, and technology architecture to see both the forest as well as the trees of risk. This is what GRC 20/20 refers to as the Cadence of Risk – managing risk to the rhythm and cycles of the organization. Join GRC 20/20 with host Riskonnect to learn the new and latest strategies in managing risk in the context of GRC and the broader business.
Specific items covered in this webinar include:
- Understanding your organization in the context of risk
- Mapping and showing relationship of risk
- How risk is part of all organizations strategy and operations
- The role of risk in context of GRC functions and processes
- Developing a risk architecture to address risk strategy, process, information, and technology
Meet The Panel:
Michael Rasmussen is an internationally recognized pundit on governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) – with specific expertise on the topics of corporate compliance, business ethics, policy management, and corporate culture. With 18+ years of experience, Michael helps organizations improve GRC processes and choose technologies that are effective, efficient, and agile. He is a sought-after keynote speaker, author, and advisor and is noted as the “Father of GRC” — being the first to define and model the GRC market in 2002 while at Forrester.
Michael has contributed to U.S. Congressional reports and committees, and currently serves on the Leadership Council of the OCEG and chairs the OCEG Technology Council.
Prior to founding Corporate Integrity, Michael was a Vice-President and ’Top Analyst’ at Forrester Research, Inc. Before Forrester, he led the risk/compliance consulting practice at a professional services firm and has specific experience managing compliance and risk within organizations.
Russell McGuire joined Riskonnect in January 2012 as Director, Enterprise Risk Services. Russell is a proven leader in the insurance and risk management field, with more than 25 years experience. He was a member of the Technology Advisory Council of Risk and Insurance Management Society and served on the ERM Committee at RIMS for 3 years. His certifications include ARM, ALCM, CGRCP, FANZIIF, DipBS, and FIRM. Russell came to Riskonnect from Milliman, Inc., as a Senior Consultant and Product Manager, where he evaluated and designed Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC) tools to support Enterprise Risk Management processes for clients. He worked with consultants in France, Germany, Italy, Holland and Great Britain. He developed ERM frameworks and provided consultation to clients on implementing ERM processes. He has also held positions at Alliance Data Systems, Risk Labs and Tillinghast-Towers Perrin.
Kelly Barton: Vice President, Operations
Kelly Barton, Vice President of Operations, leads Riskonnect’s operations, marketing and communications efforts. She has 20 years of experience building and managing marketing and communications for rapidly growing entrepreneurial and publicly traded companies. She leads a dedicated team, focused on maintaining high standards of innovation and client satisfaction. She provides high-level organizational leadership, sets new standards and improves operational policies and procedures. Her specialties include product expansion and roll-out, utilization of cutting-edge technology to market and grow companies, website development, SEO and demand and lead generation programs to name a few.
Previously, Barton was Vice President of Communications and Product Marketing at Metro Networks, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Westwood One, Inc. Westwood One is the largest provider of audio content in the United States. Barton has also advised other entrepreneurial start-ups including Nihon Traffic Network in Tokyo, Japan and Australian Traffic Network in Sydney, Australia. Barton’s expertise in raising capital and program development for not-for-profit organizations has become a model for other not-for-profit groups nationwide. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Public Relations from Berry College.