Tag: governance

  • The Process Element Series: 4 steps to identifying stakeholders

    The Process Element Series: 4 steps to identifying stakeholders

    In this little series we’ve discussed the benefits of well documented processes, the scope, it’s owner and manager. The next element are the stakeholders. If you’ve missed our previous posts find a small recap of the different elements below. The importance of processes The Scope; Who owns the process; Who does the process affect; The […]

  • The Process Elements Series: Process owners vs Process Managers

    The Process Elements Series: Process owners vs Process Managers

    This weeks’ instalment of the Process elements series will tackle the ownership of a process. In this series we’re discussing all those elements that make up a well written process. If you’ve missed it find a small recap of the different elements below. The importance of processes The Scope; Who owns the process; Who does […]

  • The Process Elements Series: Process Scope

    The Process Elements Series: Process Scope

    Last week we discussed the importance of well defined processes and as promised in my previous post this series will be a weekly instalment discussing the important elements required to make up a well defined process. For those of you who missed it, find the elements below. Today’s topic is scope definition. The Scope; Who […]

  • 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 […]

  • 10 steps to creating a Data Retention policy

    10 steps to creating a Data Retention policy

    A data retention and deletion policy has always been considered as good practice, especially in IT circles. The main reason historically was cost related as when a company grows and the amount of data being stored starts to accumulate, storage becomes expensive. This need is however now growing stronger and becoming a priority for businesses […]