Breaking Through the GRC Value Ceiling

Breaking Through the GRC Value Ceiling


A Value Ceiling is the point at which the technology enabler can no longer provide greater potential value due to constraints, lack of connections, or other barriers. Basically, it represents a boundary between current value and potential value. How do you know when you’ve reached that ceiling? And what if you could remove the barriers and experience even more value?

The right enterprise Governance, Risk and Compliance program looks for opportunities to remove these ceilings as much as possible to optimize business. The process of removing a Value Ceiling can require work, but the program becomes more effective as the process matures.

You stand to gain a lot more than you may realize. Read this informative resource to learn more.

EMC Corporation
14 Mar 2014
30 Sep 2013
8 Page(s)
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