Operationalizing Compliance: Productivity Hacks and Best Practices

Operationalizing Compliance: Productivity Hacks and Best Practices

Many organizations ask us: How do we operationalize compliance management? Or, what are the best practices for operationalizing compliance management? One of the biggest challenges organizations face today is how to effectively operationalize compliance programs and hold individuals accountable.

Operationalizing compliance involves integrating compliance into business processes and making it a part of people’s everyday duties. Operationalizing compliance into different lines in the business, combined with robust processes, standards and policy awareness enhances your workforce’s accountability and ensures that you achieve your compliance goals.

Key Takeaways:

  1. Anticipating Changes within the Dynamic Regulatory Environment
  2. Policy and Procedure Management
  3. Compliance Assessments
  4. Incidents, Cases, and Investigations
  5. Supplier Compliance Management
  6. Compliance Metrics, Dashboards, Training & Employee Engagement
  7. Ella’s Take on Compliance Operations and Journey with VComply

    Ella is currently the Director of Compliance, Risk, and Quality Management at Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast. Ella is also a BoardSource certified Nonprofit Board Consultant who has helped many local and national nonprofit Boards to better meet their need for Board governance training.
    Ella Conrad Director of Compliance | PPGC
    Jennifer has over 25 years of experience in governance, risk, and control and is currently the SVP of Governance & Strategic Relationships at Synchrony. Jennifer has a rich leadership experience across companies, including Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, and Amazon.
    Jennifer Code Senior Vice President | Synchrony