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Bridge the Gap between Knowing and Doing: Building Risk Intelligent Learning Programs

Many organizations have extensive risk management infrastructures, yet some still struggle to effectively drive regulatory adoption, compliance and risk management behaviors among employees. How can you bridge this gap between knowing and doing?

On a HR Executives Dbriefs webcast, Bridge the Gap between Knowing and Doing: Building Risk Intelligent Learning Programs held on September 12, 2012, Eddie Barrett, director and Josh Haims, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, discussed:

  • Three specific characteristics of a risk intelligent organization.
  • Using learning programs to help employees understand both written and unwritten rules for compliance and risk management.
  • The core objectives of an effective learning strategy, including the balance of addressing regulatory and legal requirements with enabling risk-reward analysis and decision making.

Watch the Dbriefs webcast replay to learn practical ways to improve your risk and compliance learning strategies to help drive more risk intelligent decision making across your enterprise.

The following polling questions were conducted during the webcast:

Where is your company headquartered?

Which will your organization consider most important when making its next decision on where to deploy operations?

Which is the biggest challenge for your company’s operations in China?

Where is your company most likely to deploy its next manufacturing operation?

Where is your company most likely to invest or build its next service center?

How would you describe your company’s tax group’s role in making decisions on where to deploy operations?

 

 

 

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