|Using Governance Model for Trusted Businesses|
Background information supporting implementation of the BPM GOSPEL - Business Process Modelling for Governance SPICE and Internal Financial Control Project (2010-1-HU1-LEO05-00036)
The objective of the BPM GOSPEL - Business Process Modelling for Governance SPICE and Internal Financial Control - project (2010-2013) is the transfer of the already proved innovation from Germany to Hungary, where the existing results of IA-Manager (2005-2007) and MONTIFIC (2008-2010) training development projects are further enriched by the adapted "Stages" process management platform for multi-layer Business Process Modelling (BPM). The project aims to provide ready to use scenarios for enterprises and best practice cases for teaching and learning in vocational trainings demanded by both sides of the labour market
Implemented BPM layers are presented below:
Figure 1: Implemented layers for Business Process Modelling (BPM GOSPEL)
The Governance Model - as a key conceptual deliverable of the BPM GOSPEL project - provides reference processes for mapping operational management to compliance and audit management implemented by “Stages” platform. The best practice case studies aim to present all the above layers in different instances.
Adding business driven case studies into training programmes (like www.training.ia-manager.org) supports understanding the competencies needed and best practices relevant for business practitioners. Employers are interested in on-the-job trainings where the acquired skills and knowledge can be directly tested and certified by applying the offered methodology and tools in live environment.
The platform system "Stages" is adapted as a multi-layer BPM master example for teaching and even "coaching" practical implementation of internal financial controls with IT support applied by private and public sector companies following internationally recognized control frameworks like COSO and COBIT, and related assessment (audit) approach (Governance SPICE).
BPM-GOSPEL - Business Process Modeling for Governance SPICE & Internal Financial Control
LdV Innovation Transfer Project Ref: 2010-1-HU1-LEO05-00036
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
The BPM GOSPEL Project Partnership
Prime Contractor: Budapest Business School
József ROÓZ, rector emeritus
László VARGA, project manager
Address: 29-31 Markó utca, H-1055 Budapest
Telephone: +36 1 301 3427
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Project Coordinator: Memolux Ltd.
Name: János IVANYOS
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Telephone: +36 2 0941 7075
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