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Reasons to Embrace Business Process Management

Lead Change Blog

Posted in Leadership Development There is no question that in today’s volatile economy, extreme business-cycle fluctuations can occur often. With proper business process management implementation, you’ll have the ability to manage an array of business changes that constantly transpire. Some of the most [.].

BPM 282
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Managing a Remote Team: 12 Best Practices for Better Productivity

Strategy Driven

To ascertain staff productivity in teams that are scattered across various locations, below are twelve best practices to effectively manage a mobile/remote workforce: 1. Managing a remote workforce will require application of a diverse set of techniques and mediums to get a task accomplished. Embrace flexibility. Choose security.


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Is Your Heart the Boss of You? | Aspire-CS

Persuasive Powerhouse

What this means to you So what does all of this research mean to leadership and organizations? The manager let that person go due to business reasons. If their heart rate goes above a certain point (100 bpm for example) a quiet alarm would trigger. I became much better at real leadership the day I shredded my business card.

BPM 185
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5 Early Warning Signals for a BPI Project

Strategy Driven

Let’s look at the stages of the BPM Methodology and identify early warning signals and then suggest some countermeasures that are helpful to get things righted again. This graphic shows the four stages of the BPM Methodology and the detailed phases of stage 2, the Business Process Improvement Project. Uncommitted leadership.

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Avoid the Improvement Hype Cycle

Harvard Business Review

The result: Employees get confused and cynical (senior management's "flavor of the month"). Thus, today we have a number of process "religions": Statistical Process Control was followed by Total Quality Management, Business Reengineering, Six Sigma, Lean, and Business Process Management (BPM, which emphasizes process management software).