Cultivate Culture For Sustained GRC Performance
February 10, 2016
Why Read This Report
A neglected culture breaks down an organization, resulting in unexpected risk events, large fines, poor employee retention, and wavering customer trust. But it doesn't have to be this way. Risk and compliance professionals can positively influence culture and turn it into an integral GRC asset. This report outlines current organizational culture theory and the key elements that influence employees' behavior. We highlight five ways to drive true cultural change that will improve workforce behavior and bolster your company's GRC performance. Forrester regularly reviews and updates this report for accuracy and relevance.
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Table of Contents
- Culture Can Make Or Break GRC — And Your Company As A Whole
- Continuously Improve GRC By Focusing On Culture Dynamics
- Five Best Practices Cultivate Powerful GRC Artifacts And Culture
What It Means
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