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Norman Marks

I recently criticized organizations’ focus on GRC, suggesting instead that they ensure the individual building blocks of risk management, compliance, strategy, and performance management are brought up to at least a moderate level of maturity.

Gartner’s 2013 Global CIO Study points to issues I have previously aired: namely a failure to obtain full advantage from new and disruptive technology. This should be of concern to board, all executives, leaders of

Recently, two of the Big Four accounting firms released reports that address the increasing importance of the CIO. PwC published their 5th Annual Digital IQ Survey and Deloitte issued an Audit Committee Brief on the

I admit to criticizing my “alma mater”, PwC, for much of their thought ‘leadership’ over the last years. Today, I come to praise PwC, not to bury it. They have published an excellent guide for

I truly believe that amazing developments are arriving that will make future decision-making far more effective. I want to talk about two in this post; admittedly one is more a hope and the other more

The Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission have just released A Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (the link is to the Department of Justice’s web site, which summarizes

The research arm of McKinsey & Company, a major consulting firm, has released an interesting report, The social economy: Unlocking value and productivity through social technologies. It explains how social can be tapped for demonstrable