Month: March 2018

  • GDPR titbits series: Some defintions

    GDPR titbits series: Some defintions

    With GDPR round the corner, everyone is asking questions and bandying a lot of terms around. However I’ve noticed that a number of times we’re not really clear on what those terms actually mean or signify. This is why for this post, I’ve picked up some keywords from GDPR and went after their definitions.   […]

  • Processes in a modern world (Part 3)

    Processes in a modern world (Part 3)

    For those of you who have not been following my posts, for the previous couple of weeks, I’ve been writing about process improvement and their enforcement. In my last post I spoke about using automation to delegate routine tasks to a machine, leaving managers and employees free to concentrate other aspects of the business. I […]

  • Processes in a modern world (part 2)

    Processes in a modern world (part 2)

    In my last post I harped on about how processes are constantly evolving and about the need to document each small change and to communicate processes and process changes clearly. At the end of my previous post I also stated that this might not be enough to ensure that a process is followed over the […]

  • Processes in a modern world

    Processes in a modern world

    Whether you work for a large organization or a young start-up you often hear words such as we need to follow process, we need to improve our processes. At the moment I seem to be hearing this on all fronts in my life whether it’s at work at a software company or whether I am […]