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What is the difference between Policies and Procedures and SOPs? Most organizations have some form of documentation that is referred to as policies, procedures, SOPs or all three. As each of these documents have significant impact on any organization, understanding how they are related to each other is critical for optimal operations within your organization. Not only does each type of document have a different purpose, but knowing the differences between policies vs procedures
Ever been in a company that tried to fail? Or tried to complete useless activities or even break the law as part of daily operations? As ridiculous as this sounds or perhaps something you have joked about in the past, these things inadvertently happen all the time. Either through lack of training, lack of understanding or lack of visibility. Left undefined, the operations of any Department run the risk of ineffectiveness and exposure.
Need a Policy Management System? How to find out if you do.Organizations of all types and sizes are researching and implementing Policy Management Systems globally. Traditionally associated with regulated or high compliance sectors, Policy Management is now considered a necessary tool for most organizations to achieve operational effectiveness. How do you know if it is time for your organization to make the investment in a formal solution? We explore the deciding factors in this article.
Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) are, of course, a set of defined steps in a procedure. The purpose of the SOP is to outline how a process is completed and who is completing it.
Bribery and corruption have been a growing issue for organizations as of late. With growing regulation regarding anti-bribery and corruption standards increasing throughout the United States and the U.K., organizations have been struggling to manage this looming threat. Incidents of bribery and corruption can be detrimental to an organization, not only because of the fines imposed by regulatory bodies, but also because of the reputational damage incurred from corruption and bribery scandals being made known to the public. Organizations that are struggling to effectively mitigate the potential of bribery and corruption within their organization must turn to their policy management framework for the solution.
Cybersecurity has been a hot topic amongst organizations of all sizes as cyber threats continue to emerge and show no signs of slowing down. Cybercriminals consistently target anyone that they can get their hands on with some estimates stating that there are as many as 300,000 new pieces of malware being created each day. Not only do organizations have to protect themselves against individual threat actors but now with the relatively recent geopolitical conflict between Russia and Ukraine have led organizations to double down on their cyber security policies and procedures.
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