The last decade organizations have understood more and more the importance of enforcing achievement of the goals defined by their strategy through metrics-driven management. The data warehousing process in Business Intelligence Systems, though supporting bottomup extraction of information from data, currently fails in the top-down enforcing of the organization strategy. Corporate Performance Management includes the data warehousing process, but it also requires a component capable of monitoring the time-critical operational processes to allow tactical and operational decision-makers to tune their actions according to the organization strategy. Integrated Governance, Risk and Compliance is proposed one of these components by providing an organization new capabilities of risk management and creating enterprise value by utilizing technology to efficiently and effectively manage risk across the organization.

accountabilty, business intelligence, organization strategy
Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam
978-90-5335-184-0
hdl.handle.net/1765/15580
Erasmus School of Economics

Madlener, J.J. (2009). The Implications of Integrating Governance, Risk and Compliance in Business Intelligence Systems on Corporate Performance Management. Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/15580