Archives for April 2020

Frameworks: Business Continuity Through Process

Holly addresses what has become an issue for most of us to confront– how to transition to working remotely. One key piece of advice has been to establish a routine. However, process management offers much more than a routine to fall back on. Read what else processes can provide to facilitate and enhance your endeavors.

April 2020

All of us at BPTrends are well, locked down and following the guidelines for Covid-19.  We hope all of you, your families, your colleagues and your friends are safe, locked down and finding ways to cope during the onslaught of of this pandemic virus.  This month, we again call your attention to our 2020 BPTrends […]

Human Processes: Data Strategy

Keith premises this Column on the belief that processes and data are mirror images of one another. Processes not only consume and generate data, but are themselves a form of data, and governance processes are necessary to manage data generally. In this Column, Keith takes a look at the processes that control how data is created, used, updated, and disposed of by an organization.

6 Ways To Create a Top-Performing Business

Getting and keeping your company in great shape might seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Lewis Robinson reminds readers that, business goals aren’t reached overnight and suggests 6 ways to help get your company performing at its best.

April 2020

Harmon on BPM: Business Process Trends

Since we began publishing BPTrends in 2003, Paul has attempted to provide readers with a broad understanding of the process market. Though not the most exciting reading, Paul concedes, he continues to provide everyone who works in the process area with a good understanding of the market and where the market is trending. Read his latest update on where we are and where we’re headed.

There’s Always a Time for Process

Mark McGregor suggests that during times of crisis, processes become more critical, so don’t look elsewhere for solutions. He offers four particular activities to carry out on your process portfolio. Read his article for timely and useful advice for overcoming the crisis anxiety and remaining productive.

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