Archives for November 2018

How is the business process improvement budget and your projects allocated?

Harmon on BPM: BPM and Employment

Business Process Management is about increasing productivity, and the process analyst’s job is to help companies create more and better products, faster, using the minimum labor possible. So what impact does a successful Process Improvement project have on employment? Read Paul’s Column to get his take on the issue.

Frameworks: Better Improvements: Combining Frameworks with Knowledge Management

In her Column this month, Holly discusses how process professionals and knowledge management professionals can work together for the benefit of the organization.

November 2018

Dear BPTrends Member: Hello from Massachusetts USA, where both stalwart and not so stalwart souls prepare for the winter months ahead. But not to worry, “neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night” will keep us from our promise to publish quality content from our authors on the first Tuesday each month. In […]

Practical Process: Processes Execute Strategy

Discovering strategy and documenting processes can be challenging. In this Column Roger Tregear illustrates a simple and practical approach to bring to life the connection between strategy and process.

Ways to Transform Your Business to Paperless

Lewis Robinson, a business consultant specializing in social media marketing, CRM and sales, provides 5 easy-to-implement steps to help transition from a paperwork system to digital space system.

Human Processes: What Makes Good Change?

In order to answer the question of what makes good process change, Keith suggests that it might be necessary to prioritize which processes you spend the most time on. But which of these processes should you select? Keith proposes possible criteria to select the best candidates.

How to Improve Worker Engagement Using Process Gamification

In this Article, Adeel Javed, an Intelligent Automation Specialist, discusses which game elements in business process can be used to improve worker engagement.

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