Category Archives: Business Process Management

Team Performance under Coronavirus Rules


The purpose of this article is to outline protocols for preserving office productivity when knowledge industry team members are required to work out of their homes. ‘Work’ is the transformation of  information/ knowledge to action. Work consists of tasks, some … Continue reading

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Success Achieving Operational Efficiency & Effectiveness (methods, tools, platforms)


With reference to my recent article called “Avoiding Transformation Program Fails”, operational efficiency and effectiveness need methods to avoid madness. Transformation Initiatives need tools at generic workflow/workload management platforms. Method: CPM for Once-Through Initiatives CPM is the method of choice for … Continue reading

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Avoiding Transformation Program Fails


McKinsey & Company claimed in 2013 that 70% of Transformation Programs Fail (AIPMM, September 2013) https://www.slideshare.net/aipmm/70-26633757 The McKinsey breakdown on fails went like this (Employee Resistance: 39%; Lack of Management Support: 33%; Inadequate Resources or budget: 14%; Other: 14%). I … Continue reading

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How to Install BPM in a Corporation


It is difficult to recommend a “best” way to install BPM in a company. The approach needs to vary with the consultant, and vary with the client. One-size-fits-all, ends up predictably fitting none of the players.   Photo Credit Jill … Continue reading

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Unlocking The Secrets To Building and Sustaining Competitive Advantage


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Is this where you want to be?


This is a pitch to consultants and business managers who subscribe to and use BPM (Business Process Management).  It turns out there are two flavors of BPM  –  “B(P)M” (business management that receives orchestration from process templates, process fragment templates, … Continue reading

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BPM Process Automation


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Project Management versus Business Process Management


Rule #1 in the area of technology selection is “First the problem, then the solution”. Suppose you want to improve outcomes and you state your need as “workflow and workload management” software. Vendors offering project management (CPM) software will immediately … Continue reading

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Closing the gap between strategy and operations – is as easy as A, B, C, D, E


Corporations need two pillars (ECM and DCM) plus three meta-methods to build, sustain and augment competitive advantage. Absent any one of these and the corporation is likely to fail at closing the gap between strategy/operations and operations/strategy. Let’s highlight these … Continue reading

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How Low Can You Go? – Part II – BPM Essentials


This article explores the contribution of a methodology called BPM (Business Process Management) to the “management of work” and lists essential features for background BPM services at Cases.  BPM is core to workflow. It also contributes, to an extent, to … Continue reading

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