Tag: processes

  • 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: Risk identification

    The Process Elements Series: Risk identification

    Introduction As we get closer to the conclusion of this series, the more our process becomes defined. There are yet 2 elements to be discussed. Today’s post will focus on risk. 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 […]

  • The Process Elements Series: RACI Matrix

    The Process Elements Series: RACI Matrix

    Introduction If you’ve been following us from the beginning you know that we’ve been through the major elements already. By now you should have a pretty well defined process; documented both visually and in text, defined who owns the process and who is responsible to manage it. So what further roles and responsibilities are left […]

  • The Process Elements Series: The Value Chain

    The Process Elements Series: The Value Chain

    So far we’ve discussed a number of elements including the biggest chunk, the process itself. That, however,  doesn’t mean that we’re done. Today we’ll be tackling the visual part of the process that will bring to light how the process fits in with the rest of the business. If you’ve missed our previous posts find […]

  • GDPR titbits series: We are all controllers

    GDPR titbits series: We are all controllers

    A perspective on Human Resources for GDPR. I’m usually very biased on providing input related to GDPR which is usually targeted towards software companies, however I recently came across some questions which are relevant for every company. More specifically relevant for the Human resources department (HR). Below is a subset of data that the majority […]