A Strategists Perspective: Managing Migration Work for Profit maximizing the money-making potential of the process. He identifies three primary patterns of process/workflow, examines their unique properties, and estimates the money-making potential of each pattern. He also adds his opinion on which of these patterns will be the focus of future BPM workflow applications.
A Strategist’s Perspective: Competing with Process Innovation In his Column this month, Jim Sinur brings a different perspective—a “softer” one—to the conversation about process innovation. He presents seven anecdotes, which he calls “seven symbols of success,” that demonstrate how process innovation can be applied to improve human relations and interactions. From avoiding railroad disasters to […]
A Strategist’s Perspective: Seven Deadly Beliefs that could Hurt SOA Efforts Jim Sinur acknowledges the ever-increasing link between BPM and SOA and foresees a potential for serious problems resulting from misconceptions about what SOA can do for the organization. When the dreams of a perfect SOA solution are not fulfilled, the fortunes of BPM will […]
A Strategist’s Perspective: Green BPM: Processes with a Conscience In his Column this month, Jim Sinur addresses a timely topic by proposing “green” processes that will not only conserve our valuable resources but will simultaneously reduce costs for companies that employ the practices he suggests.
A Strategist’s Perspective: Designing Process Properly Jim Sinur draws on his years of experience in BPM to offer a model for ”proper process design.” Read his Column for succinct and practical advice on scoping processes from the top down, rather than the bottom up.
A Strategist’s Perspective: Business Process Management Maturity In his initial column for BPTrends, Jim Sinur seeks to clarify and expand the definition of “maturity” in BPM. To do so, he proposes some sound oversight practices that will continuously improve your organization’s processes.