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  • 1.  GRC Community changes

    Posted Wed February 24, 2021 10:02 AM
    Edited by System Fri January 20, 2023 04:13 PM

    Dear GRC Community members -

    I just wanted to take a moment and share some news with you.  I will be retiring from IBM on February 26, 2021.
    It's been a real pleasure working with you all over the past decade, and collaborating to improve the IBM GRC experience and software as well as being your GRC Community admin.
    I wish you much success in your future innovations.

    I leave you in good hands.  @Rajeev Sethi, who is the backup admin today, and @JOHN Lundgren, who you all know from years of OpenPages interaction/collaboration, will take over as GRC Community Admins.
    If you ever need to get a hold of them directly, you can reach them at:

    The OpenPages/RegTech team will continue to collaborate with you under the leadership of our Director, @Heather Gentile, and our Solutions Offering Manager, @Christophe Delauré.

    The OpenPages Solutions (Offering) Management team continuing to support you are:  @Joshua Andrews, @Marc Cassagnol, @Neil Leblanc, @JULIE BELLINGER, @Sharon Mulhall, @John Wen, and @Tom Wisehart You will be hearing more from them over the coming months as they share content with you via the Community regarding OpenPages offers, technical tips or product guidance.

    Some of the OpenPages Development team will continue to share Technical Tips and Guidance, under the GRC Power Plant subject header.  You may recall that we moved the Archive of the GRC Power plant website to this community last year.  You can find those articles under the Library tab here or (you can use the search function and look for "GRC Power Plant" to find those entries.  Note that the archived articles have been grouped under specific topic areaIf you haven't checked them out before, I do encourage you to do so.

    In closing .......

    As I take my leave of you, I'll draw on the words of a fave writer of mine, Dr. Seuss to share some parting thoughts.

    - "Life's too short to wake up with regrets. So love the people who treat you right, forgive the ones who don't and believe that everything happens for a reason.  If you get a chance, take it.  If it changes your life, let it.  Nobody said it'd be easy, they just promised it would be worth it."

    - "It's not about what it is, it's about what it can become".

    - and lastly...... Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened!

    All the best!


    Laura Polak
    GRC Offering Manager

    Have you registered for the RegTech 2021 Summit on April 14th yet? Details are available on the GRC Community website.