Monthly Archives: July 2016

Is it time to rename “Business Process Management” to “Business Performance Management”?


One of the commenters at a BPM.com “Are Processes Key to Scalability?” discussion asked the question: “What do we call ‘process’ so the high growth CEO will see it as important?” Here is my response: “ Agree with the need … Continue reading

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Theories of the Firm – Expanding RBV using 3D free-form search Kbases


RBV (Resource-Based View) is a strategy development theory whose roots go back to the 1980s/1990s with antecedents going back to 1959 “Penrose, E. T. (1959). The Theory of the Growth of the Firm. New York: John Wiley”. RBV makes the … Continue reading

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