Understanding the Basics of Analytical Model Crowdsourcing

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"Understanding the Basics of Analytical Model Crowdsourcing" is a quick read guide that provides a strong foundation for understanding the tenants of scalar measurement for those individuals who have no prior background with the subject. If you are not familiar with the measurement issues associated risk assessment, surveys or Control Self-Assessments (CSA's), then this is the primer that you need to read before any of our other crowdsourcing and benchmarking guides.

Once you have read this primer, you will realize that the topic of "crowdsourcing" (i.e. data collection and aggregation) represents a business opportunity for your organization and yourself, no matter what GRC-specific role you may be focused on, or what areas of the enterprise you may be working in. 

The bottom line is that the scalar measurement approach that you select (along with the other selections regarding crowdsourcing methods, tools and technologies) are the critical skills that will help you to take a leadership role. Why? Because most people are not aware that the ways that we have approched surveys, CSA's and risk assessments have not only been poor, they have often been totally inappropriate from a math perspective. It's time that all GRC professionals help guide others in the proper use of analytical models and how we measure the information that is generated by them!
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