Five Coaching Tips to Help Business Process Management Leaders Succeed

Strategy Driven

When organizations want to build a process culture, they need to identify leaders for each process improvement effort—namely an Executive Sponsor, Process Owner, Project Lead and Business Process Management (BPM) Team Facilitator. Want to learn more about BPM metrics?

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

Aspire-CS

September 20th, 2010 | Author: Mary Jo Asmus Every now and then, I have the pleasure of seeing how my education and early career as a bench biologist can have some connection with the work I am now doing.

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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. Want to learn more about BPM metrics?

Do Your Business Process Metrics Measure Up?

Strategy Driven

Peter Fingar, co-author of Business Process Management : The Third Wave , then asks these measurement corollaries in his 2013 article “How Do Your BPM Metrics Measure Up?”. Set Clear, Specific Goals – Starting a BPM Project successfully means creating a Project Charter with the Process Owner, Executive Sponsor, Project Lead and Team Facilitator. Shelley Sweet, the Founder and President of I 4 Process , and author of The BPI Blueprint , is a highly respected BPM Practitioner.

Macro Maps Help You Align Processes and Strategy

Strategy Driven

Shelley Sweet, the Founder and President of I 4 Process , and author of The BPI Blueprint , is a highly respected BPM Practitioner. Want to learn more about BPM metrics?

November 2011 Edition - Strategy Execution Newsletter - On Managing Processes

Six Disciplines

Think about it: all professions (sports, music, art, entertainment, education, architecture, to name just a few.) Business Process Management articles (BPM Institute) (Oct 2011). Welcome to the November issue of the Strategy Execution Newsletter from Six Disciplines. In this month's issue, we're focusing on managing processes. Do You Have The "Master Process" In Your Organization?