In-Focus: Solving the Compliance Conundrum

by | Jun 14, 2017 | Featured, In-Focus Reports, Research

An increasingly regulated environment is pressuring organisations to seek not just to mitigate risk and improve their business processes, but also to shift the culture and behaviour of their staff. Through an understanding of the tactics that support innovative, technology-enabled compliance training, this report aims to build confidence in people and risk professionals balancing the needs of the individual with the demands of the regulator.

The challenges of compliance training today

High awareness of data protection and privacy, financial crime and respect are driving organisations to put an average of 81% of employees through some form of compliance training each year. In fact:

  • 42% of all online training content used within organisations is compliance-related
  • Only 77% of staff complete online compliance programmes

Three goals driving investment in risk management/compliance-related training programmes stand out as particularly challenging to achieve:

  • 96% want to generate meaningful data to measure and improve programme effectiveness (with only 59% – recording any degree of achievement)
  • 89% want to ensure compliance training informs corporate business strategy and key decisions (70%)
  • 95% want to change working culture (70%)

With goals and expectations high and barriers to change even higher, compliance, risk and learning professionals are faced with a number of conundrums as they satisfy the increasing demand for mandatory training courses. Often the challenges they face appear to be diametrically opposed.

In each section of this report, we uncover the tactics that are highly correlated with solving the conundrum.

Covered in this report

  • The state of compliance today
  • The conundrums facing teams today
  • How to deliver personalisation AND programme scale
  • How to designing for individuals AND regulators
  • How to demonstrate efficiency AND effectiveness
  • How to design efficient AND effective solutions
  • How to generate meaningful results

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