Business Process Management Tools and Techniques

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The business process management tools and techniques described in the PDF article below provide a roadmap for creating a successful Business Process Management (BPM) deployment.  Further details about implementation of the concepts is described in the book The Business Process Management Guidebook: An Integrated Enterprise Excellence BPM System by Forrest Breyfogle.

Included in this paper are a number of risky factors and seven deadly sins to avoid! Learn how common practices such as automation, strategic planning by a committee, and intuitive decision-making can all be detrimental to a BPM deployment (and the business as a whole). 

It is stated in Wikipedia that Business Process Management (BPM) is to be a holistic management approach for alignment of the business processes of an organization with the wants and needs of clients.  BPM is to use a systematic approach to continuously improve effectiveness and efficiency while striving for innovation, flexibility and technology integration. However, a deployment may have issues with being successful.

Business Process Management Tools and Techniques: Seven Deadly BPM sins

Described in the PDF article below are the benefits of a process driven organization. Unhealthy and possibly destructive behaviors emerge when management creates goals and objectives by which to measure the success of the workforce.

This management methodology is likened to the risks of gambling. Truly great leaders aren’t just rolling the dice. This whitepaper can start guiding management away from dicey systems to creating a stable, more enjoyable organization.

The following seven deadly sins are described (and how to avoid them) in the PDF article link below:

The business process management tools and techniques

This management methodology is likened to the risks of gambling. Truly great leaders aren’t just rolling the dice. This whitepaper can start guiding management away from dicey systems to creating a stable, more enjoyable organization.

The following seven deadly sins are described (and how to avoid them) in the PDF article link below:

  • Ad hoc BPM is the deployment plan
  • Automation as the goal
  • Performance measurement as variance to plan
  • Strategic planning by committee
  • Intuitive decision making without data
  • Stretch goals drive performance
  • Improvement efforts are in silos

An Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) system is a means to

  • Avoid the seven deadly BPM deployment sins
  • Offer a system for business process management issues resolution
  • Provide a successful BPM deployment implementation road map

For more information about business process management issues resolution, download the PDF article.

Contact Us to set up a time to discuss with Forrest Breyfogle how your organization might be able to benefit from our next generation approach to implementing BPM.

 

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