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One of the many joys of Consulting is seeing how clients in the same industry tackle the same challenges so very differently. Creative inventiveness ensures competitive edge and helps build a corporate culture, but can also lead to point solutions and increased complexity.
The same is true of organisations approach to how they have broken down the challenges of GDPR.
Increasingly, although policy is being set centrally, different parts of the business are doing their own Readiness and Risk assessments.
Naturally, everyone in the marketplace has their own readiness assessment and associated questionnaire and, as night follows day, the devolution of decision making to different parts of an organisation can mean that an organisation is using several different frameworks – causing confusion, overlap and conflicting priorities.
So, how do you choose a good questionnaire and framework ? And how do you make sense of the results if you have conflicting recommendations?
A quick guide is below:
With such a framework, it does not take long to align work that has been going on in isolation and will quickly highlight the common ground and the genuine high risk areas for your business as a whole.
I wish you every success.
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