June Newsletter 2017 – In this issue: +++ Top 10 Key Themes for the GPO +++ Webcast: Why Do SoD Projects Fail to Deliver? +++ The Five Key Elements of Centralized Control Monitoring +++ Webcast: Breaking Down Barriers to Performance with KPIs +++ The Age of Analytics: Competing in a Data Driven World +++
There is little doubt now the Global Process Owner is emerging as a leadership role with a focus on people, process and change, just as the early Shared Services leaders found. The presentations and discussions at the recent Global Process Ownership Summit in Chicago highlighted 10 key themes for the GPO to consider, including: the nature of the role itself, stakeholder management, behavioural considerations, innovation, and globalisation.
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The clue is in the question. How do we turn an SoD project into a successful, sustainable SoD process that supports our control objectives?
Join us at this interactive webcast on 15th June, where our panel of experts will be discussing experiences and challenges as well as offering best practice and guidance based on projects, programs and processes and client engagements around the world.
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Business leaders need an end-to-end view of risks across the enterprise. But with ownership of compliance shared across multiple functions, senior executives often settle for incomplete insights, leaving multiple key areas exposed. This article breaks down 5 steps to help remedy this and reinstate understanding and visibility from across geography and ownership.
KPI’s – everyone is talking about them, most of us use them, but few of us are using them very well. We have all had mixed experiences and suffered from unintended consequences. Designed to help performance, but sometimes acting as more of a hindrance, we need to make KPI’s work better for us and help our teams and organizations achieve our best.
Join us on 22nd June as our panel of experts offer best practices, advice and experiences on how to optimise KPI’s to work for you instead of against you. The agenda will include topics such as common pain points, driving desired behaviour and the KPI Watermelon Effect…
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In this McKinsey report they kick back against claims that Big Data has suffered from too much hype, going as far to say that its potential and impact has been understated. With volumes of data doubling every three years, data analytics needs to be incorporated into the core digital strategy of companies, urgently. Data and analytics are already shaking up multiple industries, and the effects will only become more pronounced as adoption reaches critical mass. Organizations that can harness these capabilities effectively will be able to create significant value and differentiate themselves, while others will find themselves left behind.
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