703 words, 2.6 minutes read. By Gerard Blokdyk
Management of Change 1 big thing: Check that your group provides reliable financial forecasts to Management.
The big picture: Guide the advancement of the change management discipline and ensures stakeholders understand and adopt a common methodology and set of standards for change.
Why it matters: Ensure effective compliance management including reviewing rules and regulations, published white papers, past audits and other frameworks taking a proactive approach to stay on top of direction and areas of change.
Between the lines: Interface so that your team is involved in code migration, database change management and data management through the various stages of the development life cycle.
State of play: Provide expertise in the development and management of enterprise processes related to Configuration, Change, and Release Management as well as overall IT governance.
On the flip side: Build and maintain strong internal partnerships across Treasury Solutions and outside of the treasury organization; work as liaison between groups to manage expectations, move strategic initiatives forward and implement changes.
Yes, but: Support the implementation of regional strategic management programs using change management tools and procedures such as focus groups, surveys, focused interviews, facilitated meetings/off-sites, and other analytical tools.
Go deeper: Design, develop and manage an Implementation approach through Use of standard project management Tools as work plans, change management tools and issues Tracking.
What to watch: Warrant that your design analyzes and recommends endpoint security controls and procedures in acquisition, development, and change management lifecycle of information systems, and monitors for compliance.
What they’re saying: “Strive for continuous improvement of the incident management process and the integration of the incident management process with other IT operations management processes, such as problem and change management.“, Board Operator – Shift Process Lead
The backdrop: Advise management on Long-Term capacity plans and growth, assign passwords and maintain database access, analyze and recommend database improvements; analyze impact of database changes to the customer, audit database access and requests; develop and test methods to synchronize data; ensure data is secure; ensure databases run efficiently; ensure platform availability; research emerging technology; review existing solutions; test database to ensure everything operates efficiently without error; troubleshoot database errors; work closely with development teams with regards to database update and design.
How it works: Warrant that your organization collaborates with strategic partners to develop and implement KPIs, track and manage contract compliance as well as ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements, guidelines and safety requirements.
Be smart: Provide technical leadership and guidance to site operations staff with a focus on identifying process safety related hazards, compliance obligations, assessing risks, and assisting sites in implementing compliant technical solutions.
The bottom line: Make sure your group is accountable for management of the projects scope for the project and gaining agreement and approval of scope changes with (internal) customer representatives and affected stakeholders.
What’s next: Liaison so that your team is engaging with various capital management functions and business partner areas in respect of new products, business process changes, or other emerging risks.
ICYMI: Ensure your you Pipelines Regulatory Compliance team is evolving to meet the needs of your growing business and you are expanding your presence companywide to support your DOT compliance programs group.
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