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Compliance and value destruction

Published: 20 Mar 2018 Average Rating: 4.5 / 5 Print
 

Author: Tim Cummins

How do we assure Compliance without value destruction? Compliance is important. In any large organization, rules - and clarity over the authority to deviate from them - must be defined. But in today's business environment, where the speed of change is so rapid, how do we ensure that those rules are the right ones? How do we prevent compliance from becoming outdated, irrelevant, a source of competitive disadvantage?

 

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