Fostering Risk Taking and New Business Creation
- Aiming at Improving Innovation and Governance Skills -
25th February 2013
hosted by the Budapest Business School, Budapest, Hungary
Venue: Lotz Room, Budapest Business School
29-31. Markó Street, H-1055 Budapest, Hungary
The topics of the conference are going around the relevance of good governance and innovation practices necessary for fostering risk taking and new business creation in turbulent economic conditions. The speakers are highly reputed experts from many different domains, representing wide range of organizations from public sector to industry, from European Institutes to small and medium size enterprises. During the conference the attendees will receive information about the most recent outcomes of European funded BPM-GOSPEL project supporting European level learning services for increasing human capabilities of governance supporting innovative entrepreneurship from start-up to matured organizations.
Dr. József Roóz - rector emeritus, Budapest Business School
János Ivanyos - BPM-GOSPEL project-coordinator
László Varga - project manager, Budapest Business School
Hungarian Economic Association - Corporate Governance Section
American Chamber of Commerce - Governance, Integrity and Entrepreneurship Committee
European Certification and Qualification Association
The conference working language is English. Attendance is free, however registration
is required. For further assistance please contact to
The BPM-GOSPEL project
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 - multiple model based compliance workbench tool for improving governance capability of business processes by which the existing results of IA-Manager (2005-2007) and MONTIFIC (2008-2010) training development projects are further enriched by Integrated Assurance Management scenarios using the adapted "Stages" process management platform (see: http://stages.methodpark.com/stages.html) for multi-layer Business Process Modelling (BPM).
The project aims to provide ready to use Integrated Assurance Management scenarios for enterprises and best practice cases for teaching and learning in vocational trainings demanded by both sides of the labour market. See more details about related project outcomes at www.ia-manager.org (Integrated Assurance Manager) and www.trusted.hu (Trusted Business - Felelős Vállalkozások Magyarországon).