Tag: enforcement

  • GDPR made Simple

    GDPR made Simple

    One year on from the enforcement of GDPR I was invited to give a talk by APS Bank on the topic. Whilst due to new priorities, I have less time to dedicate to this blog, I thought to share the presentation below. The talk was targeted at citizens and employees to ensure they not only […]

  • The Process Elements series: Enforcement

    The Process Elements series: Enforcement

    Here we are, the last post of this series. At the end of this post we’d have gone through all the elements and considerations that go into defining and documenting a process. Today’s post will focus on enforcement. If you’ve missed our previous posts find a small recap of the different elements below. The importance […]

  • The Process Elements Series: Why are processes important.

    The Process Elements Series: Why are processes important.

    The Process Elements Series – Introduction I’ve been working at orchestrating operational processes for a number of years. I’ve designed processes for Human Resources, Finance, development teams, sales and every part of a business you can imagine. However I never stopped to take the time to think and define; what is a process? What is […]

  • 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 […]