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Applying the Generic Statistical Business Process Model to Business Register Maintenance. Steven Vale UNECE steven.vale@unece.org. Contents. Introducing the GSBPM GSBPM and register maintenance Conclusions. GSBPM – The Background.

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applying the generic statistical business process model to business register maintenance

Applying the Generic StatisticalBusiness Process Model to Business Register Maintenance

Steven Vale

UNECE

steven.vale@unece.org

contents
Contents
  • Introducing the GSBPM
  • GSBPM and register maintenance
  • Conclusions
gsbpm the background
GSBPM – The Background
  • Statistical production has traditionally been organised by topic, e.g. transport, trade, …
  • Financial pressures are encouraging new ways of thinking
  • Some statistical organisations are moving towards a process-based approach
  • Others are considering a matrix approach
why do we need a model
Why do we need a model?

To define and describe statistical processes in a coherent way

To standardize process terminology

To compare and benchmark processes within and between organisations

To identify synergies between processes

To inform decisions on systems architectures and organisation of resources

applicability
Applicability
  • All activities undertaken by producers of official statistics which result in data outputs
  • National and international statistical organisations
  • Independent of data source, can be used for:
    • Surveys / censuses
    • Administrative sources / register-based statistics
    • Mixed sources
    • Maintenance of statistical registers (?)
structure of the gsbpm
Structure of the GSBPM

Process

Phases

Sub-processes

(Descriptions)

key features
Key features

Not a linear model

Sub-processes do not have to be followed in a strict order

It is a matrix, through which there are many possible paths, including iterative loops within and between phases

Some iterations of a regular process may skip certain sub-processes

does it work for brs
Does it work for BRs?
  • Business register maintenance is a continuous activity, not a single process
  • But BRs have:
    • Inputs “collected” from different sources
    • A sequence of processing and analysis
    • Outputs – statistics and sampling frames
  • Therefore BR maintenance can be seen as similar to other statistical production
is this just an academic exercise
Is this just an academic exercise?

No – there are practical benefits:

  • Standardisation of terminology
  • Standard framework for benchmarking
  • Facilitates use of common tools / methods
  • Efficiency savings
  • Tool for managing process quality
  • Facilitates industrialisation
conclusion
Conclusion
  • GSBPM can be applied to statistical business register maintenance
    • clear potential benefits in terms of shared knowledge, methods and tools
  • However, the value needs to be demonstrated in practice
  • UNECE would welcome feedback from any organisation applying the GSBPM to business register maintenance.
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Questions and Comments?

steven.vale@unece.org

www.unece.org/stats/gsbpm