Ethics and compliance software and services company NAVEX Global has announced the launch of Compliance Next, a community-driven website offering real-world education and skill enhancement through best-practice examples, how-to guides, research and other short, easy-to-consume content.
In response to the continuously evolving nature of the compliance requirements, Compliance Next provides a one-stop source for professional development, training, resources and peer connections. “Compliance Next is focused on where the compliance profession is headed,” said Larry Wasnock, vice president and ethics officer at L3 Technologies. “Those of us experiencing the accelerated demands of this job today appreciate a resource that gives us, and our departments, easy access to reliable tools and information to help us be more effective.”
The site features an extensive library of educational videos including how-to tutorials, advice from experts, and guides to help compliance professionals manage their programs, train their teams and advance their careers.
Compliance Next has five learning tracks that map to increasing levels of career experience: Understanding the Basics, Building your Foundation, Demonstrating Value, Amplifying Your Impact and Leading for the Future.
The site also includes:
Legal and regulatory news provided by law firm Baker McKenzie;
Sample policy templates;
Ask-an-expert inquiry tool;
Compliance program benchmarking statistics;
Return-on-investment calculators for estimating the return on compliance software;
Infographics and eBooks focused on compliance programs and career enhancement; and
Interactive quizzes to assess your program.
“Compliance and GRC industry leaders must invest in ways to help clients meet the new demands of running complex global programs successfully and sustainably,” said NAVEX Global President and CEO Bob Conlin. “Rapid growth of compliance risk and board-level visibility of compliance issues means the profession must rise to new levels of execution. Compliance Next is all about helping modern compliance professionals rise.”