Webvent

Connecting Compliance to Business Strategy

Tuesday, January 9, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Norman Ford, Vice President, Operations, Compliance Solutions, SkillSoft

Are your compliance training programs strategic and aligned to business, or simply an obligatory duty with a check-the-box mentality?

When compliance is not integrated into your business system and culture, the outcomes are clear. Consequences include risk of legal action, significant costs in penalties, damage to brand reputation, and more. However, companies where compliance is a key component of their culture and that have fully integrated compliance management into their business systems not only perform better, but easily attract and retain talent. Achieving this integration can present a challenge—what is the best process to ensure compliance represents a strategic value to your organization?

To support you on this journey, Skillsoft has developed a road map, The Skillsoft Compliance Maturity Model, to make sure the route to your destination is clearly defined.

This webcast will demonstrate this framework and provide you with the information needed to establish your own integration. You will learn:

  • the risks presented by compliance programs based on a checkbox mentality
  • the merits of integrating compliance with business systems and culture
  • the steps to take to begin and maintain your compliance journey.
     

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Presenter

Norman Ford
Norman Ford

Vice President, Operations, Compliance Solutions, SkillSoft

Norman is responsible for Skillsoft's compliance products and compliance marketing programs. In 2003, Skillsoft acquired GoTrain Corp., where Norman was co-founder and vice president of e-learning products and services. As vice president of products and services, he was responsible for quality, content, cost, and production schedules. Previous engagements include Lockheed Martin Energy Systems’ manager of technical assistance and qualification. There, Norman coordinated with the U.S. Department of Energy and the Department of Labor regarding regulatory matters. He was responsible for the development of Lockheed Martin Energy Systems training requirements and procedures and provided corporate subject matter expertise in nuclear, environmental, safety, and health regulations and compliance issues. Norman served in the United States Navy as a reactor laboratory division leading petty officer.


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