Archives for April 2013

BPM and Data

BPM and Data This Advisor provides a very high level look at how process improvement works with Data and offers some suggestions about how the next generation of processes will work with Big Data.

Human Capital Management and BPM

Human Capital Management and BPM People are at the heart of any value chain worth describing. They identify and develop the products or services an organization provides and they support the sale, delivery and maintenance of those products and services. In most organizations, Human Resources is the functional unit responsible for supporting an organization’s employees. […]

Inside Successful Enterprises: A System for Management

Inside Successful Enterprises: A System for Management Inside Successful Enterprises: A System for Management Joe Francis, Executive Director of the Supply Chain Council (SCC), often encounters organizations that focus on standardization of their supply chain processes, but what about standardization of their management processes? In this Article, Joe provides a look at a type of […]

How Managers Can Make a Success of Business Process Management

How Managers Can Make a Success of Business Process Management Bruno Vanhecke Of course all BPM projects need buy-in from management, but once they’ve bought in, managers need to make a major commitment to continuous engagement in the process. In this Article, Bruno Vanhecke provides what could reasonably be described as a manual for managers […]

Practical Process: 90/10

Practical Process: 90/10 Roger Tregear exhorts organizations and their teams with interest in process-based management to put aside their tools. Business Process Management is a mind game, not “tool time.” Roger believes that the achievement of effective, sustained process-based management is 90% mindset and 10% toolset and maintains that high levels of BPM maturity can […]

Process Solutions: Social Media Marketing Process Automation

Process Solutions: Social Media Marketing Process Automation In case you haven’t noticed, the marketing landscape has changed dramatically in the past decade, and strategies for accommodating the changes include the use of social media to reach customers and prospects. Tom Bellinson provides an insightful examination of the components of the new landscape and some of […]

Practitioner’s Perspective: What’s in, what’s out?—Thoughts on Scoping Models

Practitioner’s Perspective: What’s in, what’s out?—Thoughts on Scoping Models Alec Sharp presents a model for process scoping which separates initial process scoping from subsequent process analysis. He provides a detailed description of the model and how it helps to avoid an organization’s undertaking a process improvement project on what is actually a “process fragment.” Alec […]

Extreme Competition: Integrity—the Core Core Competency in the Age of Digital Transparency

Extreme Competition: Integrity—the Core Core Competency in the Age of Digital Transparency This month, Peter Fingar urges managers to adopt the self-discipline of the Samurai. The purpose of the exercise is to build and maintain integrity, which in turn will build trust—a key component in compelling employees to “opt-in” and voluntarily make a commitment to […]

The Integrated Enterprise Excellence System by Forrest W. Breyfogle III

The Integrated Enterprise Excellence System by Forrest W. Breyfogle III Here is a book in a series that shows how Six Sigma can be extended to provide a basis for Business Process Management. By combining Six Sigma with Lean, Balanced Scorecard, Strategic Planning and the Theory of Constraints, Forrest Breyfogle shows how a process improvement […]

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