5 Ways to Improve Your Business Process Management

Based on his experience, Lewis Robinson, a business consultant specializing in social media marketing, CRM, and sales, notes that for a company to be successful, it must put in place several measures to deal with complex changes occurring in today’s business world.. These measures are a part of business process management that is crucial to the survival of any company.

Harmon on BPM: Recycling

Paul devotes his Column this month to the all-important topic of recycling. Business processes take inputs and convert them into valued outputs. However, the dirty secret is that while business processes take some inputs and convert them into valued outputs, most are, in fact, converted into waste bi-products that are simply thrown away. Read some thoughts on this important topic in Paul’s Column.

Performance Architecture: Upstairs Downstairs on the Edge

As Performance Architects, Roger Addison and Carol Haig are pleased to discover exceptional service which is usually enabled by customer-focused processes. These processes, combined with other factors produce a recipe for success. Read their take on the ingredients of the recipe.

Business Rules Solutions: The Problems Addressed by Business Rules Foreword to Business Rules: Management and Execution

In this Column, Ron Ross discusses rule independence. Read what that means and why it should be important to you .in a digital world where the pace of change is always accelerating. How to stay on top of it is the central question. Read what Ron has to say in response to that question.

Process is not Just Hot, It Seems to be Truly Sizzling Right Now

Mark McGregor, a frequent contributor to these pages, says that after years of playing the poor relation to other technology trends, the process market is once again a hot topic. Read why he thinks so in this Article.

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The Agile Practitioner: Business Process in an Agile Age

Tom cites a quote from The Agile Manifesto which states that the definition of Agile is “Individuals and interactions over processes and tools,” a phrase that he finds confusing. In this Column, he relates his efforts to uncover its meaning and shares his discovery with our readers.

Harmon on BPM: Artificial Intelligence–Some Recent Developments

This month, Paul explores some recent developments in AI which he believes is the most popular technology today. To keep readers up to date, he decided to do a review featuring some recent announcements. Read further to learn more about what he learned.

Business Rules Solutions: Introducing Business Knowledge Blueprints: Achieving Shared Understanding Using Concept Models

A business knowledge blueprint, whose core component is a concept model, permits you to deeply analyze your concepts, your vocabulary, and your business knowledge. In this month’s Column, Ron explains all the critical reasons you need that blueprint.

Practical Process: Umbrella Thinking

In seeking to better manage and improve business processes, we are often focused on elements of logistics and physical operation. Roger points out, however, that there are still many processes that require the involvement of people, i.e. human processes that are critical to overall performance. Roger suggests that we should incorporate human elements as well logistics into our process improvement efforts. In this Column, Roger reflects on an incident that occurred in London involving an abandoned umbrella to make his point.

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