Transition from King Code III to IV Workshop

Transition from King Code III to IV Workshop2019-02-12T22:15:07+02:00
  • King Code workshop

Are you one of the many people currently looking for ways to simply and effectively implement the latest King Code, King IV, in your organisation? If you are, you’ll probably fall into two main categories: You’ll have either done a lot of this kind of work already when you were implementing King III, or you’ll want to start on a clean slate, just focussing on King IV.

If you’ve done the exercise of complying with King III before, your concern now, like many of our other clients, will be whether you can bring some of that good work into your current compliance efforts with King IV, and not have to unnecessarily duplicate efforts. Irrespective of whether you’re the company secretary or someone in an area like IT or Compliance, you’ll want to benefit from past lessons that you learned while adopting King III, and not let all that good work go to waste. You’ll want tools that allow you to build on what you have already done and just do the extra things that King IV requires you to do. If you’re new to the implementation of King Codes, King IV will be your main concern right now, but understanding what King III entailed will still be valuable in giving you a holistic approach.

We’ve spent a lot of time thinking and working on a methodology and tools to empower you to transition from King III to King IV simply and effectively yourself, in a way that won’t take forever or cost a fortune.

We offer a workshop in which we’ll explain the methodology, provide you with the tools you need and answer your questions. The workshop is available both as an online session and an in-person presentation.

  • Discover a methodology to make the transition quickly
  • Find out how to make the disclosures you are required to make
  • Get the tools that can help you implement King IV and save time
  • Know how King IV differs from King III
  • Know who must apply the King Code and by when

We have not yet set dates for our next two-hour public workshops. If you’d like to attend a public workshop on this topic but we have not yet set dates (or the location or dates don’t suit you), send us an email asking us to set a date in your city. We also offer tailored private workshops that can be held at your premises (or online) on a day that suits you.

This workshop focusses on the implementation of King Code and looks at the governance of IT, risk and compliance. If you’re interested in the broader topic of IT GRC, it might be better for you to attend our Practical IT GRC workshop.

If you attend the webinar

  1. A 2-hour webinar with an opportunity to ask questions afterwards.
  2. A recording of the webinar afterwards.
  3. Get our King III to King IV comparison tables, and planning and disclosure tools for IT governance and compliance.
  4. A methodology to transition effectively.

If you attend the workshop

  1. A 2-hour workshop with an opportunity to interact with other attendees and to ask questions.
  2. Get our King III to King IV comparison tables, and planning and disclosure tools for IT governance and compliance.
  3. A methodology to transition effectively.

Anyone whose responsibility it is to apply the King Code in their organisation. It is especially relevant for people in large organisations (especially listed companies) but also medium-sized organisations.

  • Company Secretary,
  • Governance specialists,
  • Legal advisors,
  • Representatives from IT (maybe the head of IT), and
  • Compliance Officers.

Generally, though, you can attend even if you don’t necessarily fall within one of the above-mentioned positions, as long you’re attending to empower yourself with knowledge and tools to effectively transition from King III to King IV. Please share this with others who are applying King IV. This is vital information that needs to reach many organisations.

  • We have significant practical experience dealing with these specific areas.
  • Our sessions are interactive – you are able to ask questions, have your specific issues dealt with, and influence the discussion-points.
  • Our sessions are tailored to the attendees – we ask you questions in advance so that we know what your issues are and your existing level of knowledge.
  • We do not give sales pitches, which is unfortunately so often what speakers do at conferences.
  • We provide insight and simplify the issues, which can only be done after practically applying laws to real business issues.
  • We empower you and do not try to entrench ourselves in your organisation.
  • We cover the same ground in one day, rather than two. This saves you time and money. We tell you what you need to know, not everything.

We have a pool of experienced and practical presenters. We will ensure the presenters are the best people to present the course depending on the type of course, the date, the specific issues and the attendees. Sometimes, there will be one presenter, others multiple speakers. Our presenters are currently helping many people understand the practical impact of data protection regulations on their organisations. They help them to comply with data protection law and implement effective privacy projects and programmes. They have also presented many times on the topic to thousands of people. They have years of practical experience applying their knowledge to organisations to help them grow and avoid legal problems, difficulties, and disputes.

Both the in-person and online versions of the workshop are two hours long.

Our public events are at various venues around the world. We choose venues that are central and easy to get to, that have adequate parking, good food, and that ensure you are comfortable.

We’re also happy to have the workshop at your premises, customised for your organisation.

Note: The Institute of Directors in Southern Africa NPC (IoDSA) owns the copyright to all four of the King reports or codes on governance (including the latest version namely the King IV Report™) and owns various trademarks in relation to King IV (including King IV™, King IV Report™, King IV Report on Corporate Governance™ and King IV Code™). All of the IoDSA’s rights are reserved. All views are our own and we are not associated or endorsed in any way by the IoDSA.