Archives for May 2017

May 2017

Dear BPTrends Member: This month I would like to call your attention to 2 BPM Conferences—Paul Harmon will be featured as a speaker at the upcoming BPM Conference, Business Disruption: New Paradigms and the Speed of Change in Lisbon, Portugal on May 25 th . And, we are once again pleased to support the IRMUK […]

Managing Value Creation

Tom Einar Nyberg, Head of BPM Capgemini Norway, presents Managing Value Creation. We originally published this popular video in September, 2016.

How does your organization use process mining?

Harmon on BPM: Value Chains vs. Ecosystems

Paul reflects on what Michael Porter meant when he described a value chain in 1985 and compares it to how the definition has changed over the years using Amazon and Uber as contemporary examples.

Steps for Choosing the Right BPM Software for your Business

Bhavesh Koladiya, a software analyst at Software Suggest, defines his criteria for finding the right BPM software for your organization.

Business Rules Solutions: The New Knowledge Paradigm: Enabling Operational Excellence

Ron Ross posits that to achieve true operational excellence in today’s technological world, companies need to follow well-defined rules. First, they need to know what the rules are and the rules need to be “a living breathing resource.” Ron calls it business knowledge engineering. Read his Column for details of this concept.

BPM and Lean: Enabling the Adaptive Enterprise – Software for Change

In his new role as CTO at Bizzdesign, Peter Matthijssen observes that organizations handle change today in much the same way as they did 10, 20, 30 years ago and asks if this makes sense in today’s digital world. Read his Column for his answer to the question.

The Trouble with Procedure Documents

Ivan Seselj, CEO of Promapp, provides some astonishing statics relating to actual process usage in organizations. For example, a recent survey indicates that 44% of the companies surveyed say that few or none of their processes are actually used by employees. Ivan offers some invaluable suggestions for overcoming this problem.

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