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Moving from the vicious to the virtuous spiral

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The difference between the old way of supporting knowledge intensive processes in heavily regulated industries and the new way of surviving and being successful in a highly volatile and uncertain …

The difference between the old way of supporting knowledge intensive processes in heavily regulated industries and the new way of surviving and being successful in a highly volatile and uncertain future.

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  • 1. Moving from the vicious to the virtuous spiral Thei Geurts
  • 2. Moving from the vicious to the virtuous spiral The vicious spiral The virtuous spiral
  • 3. Moving from the vicious to the virtuous spiral • How to transform the vicious spiral into a virtuous spiral? • Focus on the meaning, context and decisions. • Give employees the autonomy to collaborate and decide within the constraints that are set for their role and competence level.
  • 4. For more information, see: Playing Jazz in the GRC Club In this book John Coyne and Thei Geurts present a Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) value proposition and value architecture that marks the difference between the old way of supporting knowledge intensive processes in heavily regulated industries and the new way of surviving and being successful in a highly volatile and uncertain future.

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