Category Archives: Process Mapping

2016 Recap – Basic Requirements for Success with BPM


Once again, with minor updates/consolidations,  . . . . here is my list of basic requirements for Success with BPM. 1. Some of the work to be performed involves the performance of tasks in logical sequence. 2. The work will … Continue reading

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Mini-firestorm at BPM.COM


The question of the week at BPM.com was http://bpm.com/bpm-today/in-the-forum/what-is-the-best-way-to-build-an-executable-process-model What Is the Best Way to Build an Executable Process Model? From a comment E. Scott Menter made on this discussion where he wrote: “Flowcharts (including IMHO BPMN) are simply not … Continue reading

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Success Factors with BPM


If you are thinking about the potential benefits of Business Process Management or want to fast track your current BPM initiative, here are a few “must haves” for success. 0. “First the problem then the solution”, meaning no point mapping/implementing … Continue reading

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How to achieve quick wins with BPM


Quick Wins definitely are the preferred business development approach for consultants compared to wasting time responding to RFPs.  Here is the pitch we have perfected over the past two decades.. How to Quick Start BPM in your organization Let’s face … Continue reading

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Where’s The Beef? – An under the hood look at “seamlessly integrated” BPMs


In the market for a BPMs? Make sure you look under the hood. Continue reading

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Your BPMs shopping list


If you are in the market for a BPMs, you may be better off looking for a BPFMs (Business Process Fragment Management System). Please don’t make this into a new acronym – we don’t need more acronyms with “Intelligent Business … Continue reading

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What’s your action plan for BPM for 2015?


We all understand that organizations need best practices and that, in the case of complex processes, these need to be in-line, not on-line and certainly not off-line. In theory, you can ask data mining software to run through your event … Continue reading

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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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A Lean Horse For The Race


When you spend months justifying an initiative, it’s important to get a good start coming out of the gate. Projects are typically multi-dimensional. Each alternative can have different benefits, risks and uncertainties. When preparing an ROI, you owe it to … Continue reading

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We haven’t even started with ACM/BPM !


I don’t subscribe to the gloom and doom predictions we hear from many Business Process Management (BPM) practitioners. When you merge Adaptive Case Management (ACM) and Business Process Management (BPM), you get a rare 1+1 =5 boost. It’s easy to … Continue reading

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