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Elevate Your Compliance

mer. 16 nov.

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How to steer organizations towards better ESG outcomes using operational programs.

Compliance obligations have expanded beyond those associated with a legal license to those connected closer to a social license to operate – ESG is an example of this. To be successful, organizations must operationalize these objectives within and across their value chain.

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How to steer organizations towards better ESG outcomes using operational programs.
How to steer organizations towards better ESG outcomes using operational programs.

Time & Location

16 nov. 2022, 12 h 00 – 13 h 30 HNE

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About The Event

Compliance obligations have expanded beyond those associated with a legal license to those connected closer to a social license to operate – ESG is an example of this.

These obligations include making progress towards vision zero targets along with other stakeholder priorities. To succeed organizations must operationalize these objectives within and across their value chain.

However, ESG is suffering much the same way as does quality, safety, security, privacy, environmental, and other compliance objectives. These are often not included as part of the value chain and set apart from it often in the corner of the org chart. 

This reductive and siloed approach decreases the probability of meeting any of these objectives efficiently or effectively. All these initiatives (including ESG) must be managed simultaneously (like a portfolio of investments) and integrated within the operations of the organization. Pursuing vision zero objectives requires the same operational capabilities as any other value objective: conformance to standards, consistency of performance, and effective at advancing outcomes.

Register today for our upcoming webinar to learn how to use operational programs to steer practice towards policy committments.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will learn:

  • the role of managing directors to effect change
  • how programs help to steer organizations towards better outcomes
  • essential capabilities of operational programs
  • how to implement an operational and effective compliance program

Learning Objectives

Topics covered will include:

  • Nature of Obligations
  • Operational Model for meeting outcome-based obligations
  • Management Programs (introduce change) versus Systems (resist change)
  • Change Management (technical and people side of change)
  • Measures of Effectiveness, Performance, Conformance and Assurance
  • Implementation Strategies

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    Compliance obligations have expanded beyond those associated with a legal license to those connected closer to a social license to operate – ESG is an example of this. These obligations include making progress towards vision zero targets along with other stakeholder priorities. To be successful, organizations must operationalize these objectives within and across their value chain.

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