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Posted:  04 Feb 2014
Published:  04 Feb 2014
Format:  PDF
Length:  9  Page(s)
Type:  Analyst Report
Language:  English


Governance, Risk Management and Compliance (GRC)


By Clive Longbottom and Rob Bamforth


An organisation has multiple stakeholders that need to be communicated with or reported to on a regular basis. Employees, partners, customers and suppliers are part of this community, alongside shareholders, trade and government bodies.


Ensuring that all the stakeholders’ information needs are met requires a holistic approach to managing information – the creation of a GRC platform.



  • GRC is not a single issue – it is a complex mix of needs
  • A GRC platform needs to be set against an organisation’s risk profile
  • Information silos are here to stay – but create GRC problems
  • Data is data – it needs to be distilled into information and then knowledge
  • A suitable approach not only helps GRC, but also corporate decision making
  • A GRC platform moves away from a ‘perception of capability’


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