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Linking from process activities to a Reference model to show compliance
Linking from process activities to a Reference model to show compliance

To demonstrate regulatory compliance, link the Ref model with the standards to the business process steps

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Written by Ksawery Lisinski
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You can give the nodes (each item in the list) in a Reference model evidence of compliance by quickly linking them back to the processes steps that users follow. And while doing so, you will be providing end users with specific, contextual help on what regulations and procedures they need to abide by.

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  • Linking to processes

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Linking to processes 

In the ref model, find the correct node and right-click on it. Select the "Copy node" option.

Find the process diagram and, for the activity step, right mouse click (or in right panel) and select "Add documentation" and chose "Ref Model Node".

When you are in view mode, clicking on the "More information" icon on activity will reveal the linked Reference model link.

Clicking on that link will pop up a modal window with the name & description of the target Reference model node. This can be a clause in a regulation, internal policy or acceptance criteria.

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