Preparing for the Policy Management Change

Date: Monday, December 16, 2019 | Time: 8 am PDT | 11 am EDT


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Every organization has a different level of maturity in its approach to policy management. Virtually no one is starting from scratch. To the contrary, most organizations have hundreds or thousands of policies, including some that those who “need to know” don’t know about. Many also suffer with unstructured and inconsistent processes for designing and distributing policies, making training decisions, and ensuring enforcement. Even beyond these problems, there often is no or little accountability for mapping policies to objectives, risks, and changes in circumstances that are relevant to policy content. And then there is the challenge of multiple systems of record and information management.

Before an integrated and mature policy management structure can be put in place, you need to know the current state of affairs. Join us as we walk you through ways to gain that knowledge before you begin to make a change.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify aspects of current state policy management that must be evaluated
  • Select methods used to collect and assess information
  • Outline the current state and determine where to begin making a change