Monthly Archives: September 2013

What is BPM? – When will they stop asking?


I see under the group “BPM Guru” at LinkedIn that another “What is BPM?” discussion has started up. It would be interesting to know whether these postings are for the benefit of people who have just heard of BPM or for … Continue reading

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What’s your elevator pitch: Why does BPM matter?


I have just come out of a LinkedIn discussion group called “What’s your elevator pitch: Why does BPM matter?” started by Diana Davis, Editor, PEXNetwork.com at IQPC. One of the participants at the group, Roberto Veitia Gonzalez, responded with “BPM is … Continue reading

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