Meet Mike Fuchs
Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Deloitte Consulting LLP (Deloitte Consulting) Principal Mike Fuchs has focused on helping clients find solutions to cultural and institutional challenges related to complex governance, risk and compliance (GRC) requirements.
As a principal for the Human Capital and GRC practice, Mike assists clients with Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 readiness, focusing on human resources (HR) risk mitigation and entity level control assessments. Mike’s experience traverses the HR landscape and includes shared services design, business case development, enterprise transition and change management.
With more than 18 years of HR consulting experience, Mike has served companies in the life sciences, health care, manufacturing and technology sectors.
My Latest Thinking
Less Risk, Greater Rewards
Mike co-authored this report, which provides insights into risk intelligence and employee reward risks, as well as how to develop an effective risk management program.
Mike contributed to this article in Deloitte Consulting’s Straight Talk Book No.8, which discusses nine steps to cultivate a rich action plan and achieve integrated GRC, including sample e-mails and other suggestions that will ultimately help your clients “grow confidence” and improve performance.
Proudest Career Moment
“My proudest career moment is being able to look back at the 14 years of my career and see the positive impact I have had on my clients, Deloitte, and, most significantly, the people of Deloitte. I have not only had the opportunity to have an impact from a business standpoint, but the personal connections I have made leave a more lasting impression.”
" It is easy to view items such as governance, risk and compliance as 'check the box' activities. However, policies and procedures are nothing more than pieces of paper if the people in your organization do not understand their role, believe that it is important and feel that there is an organizational commitment from the top and throughout the organization.”
– Mike Fuchs