The Business Process Management (BPM) Guidebook takes executives and process owners from inefficiencies and waste within an organization to effective, day-to-day process execution that creates big-picture benefits.
“Business process management (BPM) is a management discipline that treats business processes as assets that directly contribute to enterprise performance by driving operational excellence and business agility,” according to Gartner. Forrest Breyfogle provides a roadmap through the chapters to help organizations integrate BPM with Enterprise Process Management (EPM) to determine where process automation and improvement efforts should focus.
This guide gives insight to enhanced value-chain implementation, which structurally links process documentation and execution with predictive process performance metrics. The described Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) methodology reveals how rules could be changed and costs reduced so that customer satisfaction is heightened and the business profits.
IEE BPM Roadmap
The IEE BPM/EPM system provides executable data analysis and execution techniques which direct process management implementation. It is a complete process management system that can provide a new value proposition for Lean Six Sigma (LSS) practitioners to support the creation of better management systems for processes alongside their traditional use as improvement resources.
Through the described methodologies in this book, organizations can move toward achievement of the three Rs of business:
- Everyone doing the Right things
- Doing them Right
- Doing them at he Right time
More Information on the BPM Guidebook
For additional information about Integrated Enterprise Excellence (IEE) see: Business Management Implementation: IEE Articles, Videos, Books
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