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Organization: The Governance, Risk, And Compliance Playbook

December 8, 2017

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This is the Organization report in The Governance, Risk, And Compliance Playbook For 2018.

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Without clearly defined GRC responsibilities, stakeholder involvement flounders, risks go unnoticed and untreated, and company exposure to large fines and devastating crises grows. This report helps risk pros build and maintain an effective GRC stakeholder plan, outlining the major tasks and expectations for key leaders you will hold accountable for the success or failure of their GRC duties. We also provide an interactive tool that you can use to document who will be responsible, accountable, supportive, consulted, or informed (RASCI) for all GRC tasks. This document is updated annually as part of Forrester's governance, risk, and compliance playbook.

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Table of Contents

  • Without Clear GRC Roles, You're More Vulnerable Than You Realize
  • Embed GRC Roles Using A Three-Lines-Of-Defense Framework
  • Define Stakeholder Involvement And What They Can Expect In Return
  • Use Forrester's GRC RASCI Chart To Assign Participation
  • Recommendations

  • Build A GRC Stakeholder Plan Ready For Change
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