BPM and the Discipline of Execution

BPM and the Discipline of Execution
Why do so many business process improvement initiatives fail? In this Article, Yuri Blyke, Senior Management Consultant in BPM at IBM Global Services, proposes a framework for analysis inspired by Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan`s book Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done. Bossidy and Charan identified three core processes of execution-strategy, people, and operation. Yuri presents a list of probing questions in each category that may challenge the status quo in your organization.

Yuri Blyke

Yuri Blyke

Yuri has over 15 years of experience in business process analysis working with leading organizations in the financial services, government, and higher education institutions. He has developed an expertise in improving organizational capabilities and aligning business process execution with strategy. Yuri applies sound business architecture analysis and design principles to enable organizations transition to a higher level of performance, as well as sustain and continuously improve long term performance. On client engagements Yuri works with the project team to define the business architecture, design process architecture and model process flows, identify business capabilities, process metrics and performance indicators, lead analysis and design for workflow automation.
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