Wherever you are in the platform evaluation process, narrowing your choices down and selecting a new solution is never easy. This guide helps balance out the pros and cons of what your needs really are as you evaluate your current system and prepare to make a final leap to a new GRC platform.
It’s more than mantra and if I was going to go full-on philosophy guy, I would write about how it can apply to all aspects of your life and be a great marker for moving forward: be it with co-workers, bosses, children, significant others, friends, enemies—anything and everything can be plopped under its large umbrella.
Take a deep breath and say the words slowly: Adjust, adapt, achieve.
Sometimes a little pain still brings big gain. Be it football or GRC platforms, rough and bumpy opening scenarios don’t mean you won’t have future success.
Much like fire and early man, the Excel-based RCM-to-Assurance Professional relationship has seemingly been in existence since the dawn of time (or at least the dawn of Excel). Thankfully there is a better way to manage this critical element of your assurance process. And you can do it without having to sacrifice what made the Excel-based approach so appealing in the first place—structured data, demonstration of key relationships, management of key attributes.
There are a lot of advantages to opening up your data—within reason. Team members who are both a key holder and a person trying to access sequestered data can find it to be a tricky proposition as to when to be an open model and when to remain closed.
Poor work results can almost always be avoided. If you’ve fallen into this trap before, not to worry. There is a way around the stressful feeling of not knowing what you’re doing, and a way to conquer poor time management, a bad habit that can take us down in a hurry.
The “Onspring DJs” have done it again. Like your favorite 80s radio host, we’ve put together a mixtape of our favorite blogs from 2018. If you’ve read them before, you’ll want to read them again. Enjoy!
We owe our success to an entire group of professionals: the Onspring Community. This team is comprised of Onspring employees, clients and partners who meet regularly to creatively solve problems using innovative software and process design.
Before we had Netflix, we went to the movies with friends. Before we had smartphones, we talked on landlines, sent letters and had regular, in-person interaction (gasp!). Those were (and are) good things. In our pursuit of innovation, let’s not forget the value of our past modes and methods.
A lot of fear comes from not being prepared, not having the correct support needed to fulfill and complete a job. The more it happens, the more FOMO creeps in and takes over, and that can become a truly destructive force in an office setting.
From the perspective of the Legal professional, the demand on time and effort can be difficult to capture, organize and manage. Time is, as we all know, expensive. The Onspring Corporate Counsel solution allows Legal teams of all shapes and sizes to manage the requests, reviews and matters.
It’s funny how the mere mention of “contract review” causes tension in a room. In one corner, you have the people who are trying to execute a contract and get down to business. For them, the review and approval process can’t move swiftly enough. In the other corner, you have those who are responsible for going through contracts with a fine-toothed comb. They don’t want to be rushed in their work. It’s too important to get it right—and far too costly if things go wrong.