In her first Article in this series, Stacey Wright, a program manager at Macedon Technologies, discussed the Steps to Governance. In this, the second Article, she focuses on the role of a Governance Committee, which she considers key to the long-term success of a BPM initiative. She offers the voice of experience in making the committee a powerful platform for change within the organization. The third Article will be published in the November Update.
In the July Update we published the fifth Article from a new book by Paul Harmon and Roger Tregear, 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 7, “What’s the Return on Process?”
The authors begin their discussion by stating, “We’re in the year of Blockchain…” They believe that Blockchain Technology has the potential to have a significant impact on a wide spectrum of business process. Read their interesting analysis of this new technology and how they believe it can relate to Business Process Improvement.
As an experienced consultant both within organizations and externally, Sasha Aganova has evolved a “best of” methodology to implement change. In this Article she presents her model for sustainable change.
Although either end-to-end process methodology or process frameworks can be used independently, Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland and Roger Burlton believe combining them is invaluable for process management and helping organizations achieve their goals. In this Article, they explain how to accomplish this end.
Last month we published the fourth Article from a new book by Paul Harmon and Roger Tregear, 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 6, “Why a Process Architecture”?
In December of 2015, APQC conducted its annual survey to understand the challenges and priorities of process and performance management practitioners in 2016. In this Article, Roger Burlton, BPTA Founder and President and Managing Partner of Process Renewal Group, and Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland, Research Program Manager at APQC, present the second in their series of three Articles summarizing the results of the APQC survey. This Article focuses on defining an end-to-end process and demonstrating what a good end-to-end process should look like.
Peter Matthijssen, a BPTrends author and BIZZdesign Managing Consultant and Trainer, presents the results of their recent survey of over 550 BPM professionals worldwide, from management to practitioners in a wide range of disciplines. The Survey focused on (1) what organizations considered their biggest challenges when transforming into digital and adaptive enterprises and (2) how they use software to collaborate on, guide and execute change.
Mike Marin, an IBM Distinguished Engineer, and his colleagues at the University of South Africa in Pretoria evaluated CMMN against knowledge-intensive process requirements. The results so far are reported in this brief Article along with a link to the survey for readers willing to participate.
Connecting Process to Business Value: Leveraging Frameworks for end-to-end Product Development, Part One
In December of 2015, APQC conducted its annual survey to understand the challenges and priorities of process and performance management practitioners in 2016. In this Article, Roger Burlton, President of Process Renewal Group, and Holly Lyke-Ho-Gland, Research Program Manager at APQC, present the results of the survey and lay the ground work for two subsequent Articles in which they will introduce process frameworks and examine their role in the development of end-to-end processes.