Leandro Jesus and Michael Rosemann of Queensland University of Technology argue that we need to move into a new type of BPM.in the digital age. They declare that this is not an evolution from the existing base, it’s a paradigm shift. Read this thought-provoking Article and let us know your perspective.
Lukasz Tartanus of PROCESOWCY.PL presents an overview of their 2016 survey. Essential aims of the survey were as follows:
- to place the organizations operating in Poland at the five defined levels of process maturity
- to describe the trends and changes observed between the editions of the survey
- to present the differences between declared and actual process maturity
Eric Pelander, a partner in Waterstone Management Group, believes that today’s business environment requires that companies be prepared to respond to a disruption in their core markets from a new business model. Read his Article for his approach to dealing with the disruption challenge.
In the third Article in her series on Governance, Stacey Wright, a Program Manager at Macedon Technologies, describes how sustainability management through BPM governance can ensure continuous improvement. Read her Article for details of how a sustainability team can benefit your organization.
In this Article, Cheryl Walker, a Senior Consultant with CGI Business Solutions, defines the role process owners can play to ensure that the goals of a process centric organization are achieved and maintained.
Each month we are publishing a summary of a single Chapter in Paul Harmon’s and Roger Tregear’s book. Questioning BPM, in which 33 respected thought leaders in the BPM community respond to a set of 15 questions. This month, Paul writes a summary of responses to Question 9, Process Governance—Control or Liberty?
In this Article, Joe Bockersette, a Partner with Business Enterprise Mapping, asserts that every measure should have a specific purpose for improving process performance and provides nine ways to achieve that end.
In the first of a two-part series, Adrian Mos, a Senior Scientist and Manager of the Enterprise Architecture group at Xerox Research Centre Europe, suggests a simpler alternative to BPMN. Read his Article to learn about this work in progress.
Each month we are publishing a summary of a single Chapter in Paul Harmon’s and Roger Tregear’s book, Questioning BPM, in which 33 respected thought leaders in the BPM community respond to a set of 15 questions. This month, Paul writes a summary of responses to Question 8: Quality of Process or Process of Quality?
In this Article, Gal Horvitz, CEO of PNMsoft, makes the case for Intelligent BPM in the form of iBPM Suites, which allow you to create Case Management solutions that can be modified over time. Read why this matters and how he believes iBPM software will help you optimize business outcomes and outpace your competition.