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Policy Development and Approval

August 23, 2012

Policy management processes are in disarray when operating autonomously, introducing risk in today's complex, dynamic, and distributed business environment. Inconsistency in policy management means processes, partners, employees, and systems that behave like leaves blowing in the wind. Policy inconsistency opens the doors of liability, as an organization may be held accountable for policy that is not appropriate or complied with.

The latest installment of our GRC Illustrated Series examines how organizations can develop a structured approach to policy development, whether creating new policies or revising existing ones in response to change.

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