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GRC: The vital role of managing change

The human components of change management should be executed with the same discipline and enthusiasm as the technical aspects of GRC implementation.

Lisa D. Rawls

Lisa D. Rawls

Americas GRC Technology Service Network Leader, KPMG US

+1 703-286-8591

Eric C. Parker

Eric C. Parker

Advisory Managing Director, GRC Technology, KPMG LLP

+1 312-665-5756

Nickolas Schweitzer

Nickolas Schweitzer

Advisory Managing Director, GRC Technology, KPMG LLP

+1 703‑286‑8282

Mark Waller

Mark Waller

Managing Director, Advisory, KPMG US

+1 804-782-4426

The second of three articles in a series: Optimizing governance, risk and compliance programs

Due to the transformational nature of a GRC initiative, there are so many moving parts to consider that it is easy to focus mainly on the technical implementation and less on the human component, even though the latter is equally important. Successful GRC initiatives have a deliberate strategy for managing changing processes, reporting, expectations, and anxieties. This strategy should be executed with the same discipline and enthusiasm as the more technical aspects of the implementation.

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