A Business Rules Viewpoint on Risk and Compliance Management

Authors Pascal Ravesteijn, Johan Versendaal, Martijn Zoet
Published in Proceedings
Publication date 12 June 2011
Type Lecture


From the article: Business rules management is a mean by which an organization realizes controllability of business activities to fulfill goals. Currently the focus of controllability is mainly on effectiveness, efficiency and output quality. Little attention is paid to risk, stakeholder concerns and high level goals. The purpose of this work is to present a viewpoint relating business rules management with concepts of risks, stakeholder, concerns and goals. The viewpoint is presented by means of a meta-model existing out of six concepts: stakeholder, concern, goal, business rule, requirements and implementation mechanism. In a case study the proposed view is validated in terms of completeness, usability and accuracy. Results illustrate the completeness, usability and a high degree of accuracy of our defined view. Future research is suggested on the development of a modeling language to improve the communicational value and ease of use of the meta-model.

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Language English
Published in Proceedings
Key words Rules Management, Compliance

Pascal Ravesteijn

Pascal Ravesteijn | Professor | Process innovation and information systems

Pascal Ravesteijn

  • Professor
  • Research group: Process Innovation and Information Systems