CCO Involvement Stops Short of Strategic Influence

Live webinar tomorrow ties 2015 survey data to industry benchmarks, emerging best practices and 2016 trends

Tomorrow, in partnership with the Ethisphere Institute, we’ll host a live webinar at 1 p.m. EST to discuss our recently launched benchmarking survey report, “Compliance Strategy and Performance.” As we discussed in a previous post, the report covers critical compliance challenges, insights and benchmarks gathered from a year of roundtables, survey data, focused executive interviews and comparative benchmarking against the 2015 World’s Most Ethical Companies. The webinar will take things a step further; we’ll link the report findings to emerging best practices and top predictions for corporate compliance in 2016.

While the visibility of the compliance function continues to elevate in many organizations, it still lacks the influence over corporate strategy that it can—and should—have. Compliance executives still struggle to find relevant data that demonstrate program performance and effectiveness. This begs a “chicken or the egg” question: is the advancement of the compliance function limited by insufficient data, or is insufficient data a byproduct of internal stagnation or isolation of the compliance team?

We’ll cover this and more, including our experts’ take on the evolving expectations and landscape CCOs face, on tomorrow’s live webinar. Register to join us for a vigorous, interactive discussion featuring leaders from Ethisphere and Convercent on:

  • Compliance program influence and strategy: budgets, authority, influence and priorities
  • Compliance data and metrics: availability, access and ROI measurement
  • Program reporting: frequency, content, format, audiences

Mark your calendars, and join us! If you can’t make it, register anyway so we can send you the recording and webinar slides.

Grab a copy of the report here.