Monthly Archives: October 2014

Streamlining BPM Modeling – Reduce Initial BPM Process Rollout Time by 80%

The objective of modelling a BPM process is to test process templates prior to rollout to a production environment. Process templates consist of steps, sometimes interconnected in complex ways, where each step requires an indicated level of performance skill and, … Continue reading

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What simple software can I use in strategy consulting?

It’s a lot easier to respond to specific questions as opposed to trying to invent hypothetical questions and then answer them. I got the above today from MosaicHub of which apparently I am a member. My response appears below . … Continue reading

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Tell me an answer, I’ll give you a question

Every day I talk to people in charge of organizations re new initiatives they have in mind. Before things get too involved in discussions I ask them about their “old initiatives”. Do they have in place a formal mechanism for … Continue reading

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Back to the future with ACM

We had CPM, then BPM and then along came ACM. Continue reading

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