SAP Acquisition of Signavio Heralds a Seismic Shift in the Process Mining, Modelling and Management Markets

Mark McGregor predicts that last month’s SAP announcement of the acquisition of Signavio will radically change several process-related markets. A bold statement that makes this Article required reading. Do you agree with Mark’s conclusion?

March 2021

Human Processes: Me, We

In this month’s Column, Keith looks at past and present efforts to define and deliver outcomes that achieve more than just profits. He shares the knowledge he has accrued through his experience in working with organizations to improve their business environment beyond increasing profits.

Harmon on BPM: Business Process Management in 2021

Paul’s assessment of 2021 is that it will be a transitional year: We will move from a Pandemic and a shutdown to a new, growing economy. Read his Column to discover why he says, “For those who embrace change and innovation, the near future is going to be very exciting.”

Essentials of Business Architecture: Measuring Performance: Part 1 and Part 2

In this two-part series, Roger Burlton offers some general measurement principles as well as a top-down approach to gaining the appropriate measurement data in Part 1. And, in Part 2 he deals with a bottom-up approach and details some pitfalls to avoid when using measurement information.

Easy Skills You Can Improve for Your Business

Lewis Robinson provides a succinct description of a few skills you should master if you want your business to be a smashing success. It’s definitely worth the read.

February (Poll 2) 2021

The Basics of Business Finances

Lewis Robinson, a business consultant and frequent contributor to BPTrends, knows that managing a company is no easy feat and that the managing an organization’s finances is key to success. Lewis provides a succinct summary of what you need to know to master business finance.

Practical Process: Focus: Understanding Much More about a Lot Less

Roger Tregear’s advice is model for a purpose. Carefully choosing a set of high-impact processes and proactively managing them will ultimately result in enhanced improvement in organizational performance. He provides some useful steps toward accomplishing this end in his Column this month.

The Agile Practitioner: All Things Agile

Tom Bellinson’s plan for 2021 is to shift his approach to The Agile Practitioner to shorter, more focused pieces on specific more practical topics that have come up during his own Agile practice. This month, he focuses on agility “writ large.” Follow him on his new approach. You will be rewarded.

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