Measure or Die! - Using Metrics To Measure Compliance Performance by Jim Nortz

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Jim Nortz, Compliance Director at Bausch & Lomb, has published an article at Corporate Compliance Insights that discusses the importance of using the proper KPI metrics to measure and drive the performance of compliance initiatives.

Corporate Compliance Insights, an online forum for knowledge exchange between successful compliance executives, has announced the release of a new feature article that discusses the importance of using the proper KPI metrics to measure and drive the performance of compliance initiatives.

http://www.corporatecomplianceinsights.com/2008/using-metrics-to-measure-compliance-performance

Measure or Die! - Using Metrics to Measure Compliance Performance was written by CCI featured author Jim Nortz, the Compliance Director at Bausch & Lomb. As Mr. Nortz explains in the article, "There is a widespread recognition by compliance and ethics officers that measuring compliance and ethics performance at our firms is vital to our success as a profession."

In Measure or Die!, Jim Nortz discusses three kinds of compliance and ethics KPIs:
1. Activities metrics that answer the question: "What are we doing to improve our compliance and ethics performance?"
2. Process metrics that answer the question: "How mature or reliable are our compliance and ethics management systems?"
3. Outcome metrics that answer the question: "Are our activities and systems yielding improved outcomes?"

He also discusses the most effective ways for these metrics to be integrated into compliance programs to both measure and drive performance. Among the methodologies described by Mr. Nortz are: not confusing process and activities metrics with outcome metrics; using simple dashboards; and calibrating expectations.

As Compliance Director at Bausch and Lomb, Jim Nortz has global responsibility for developing, evaluating and supporting the company's compliance and ethics programs. Mr. Nortz has a Mechanical Engineering degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology and a law degree from the Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Just prior to joining Bausch and Lomb in February 2007, Mr. Nortz served for about two years as Kraton Polymer's Chief Compliance Officer where he assisted Kraton in building a global compliance and ethics program.

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