128K-Member-Banner.jpg

Articles

227 results
of 23
July 27, 2017 by Emma Harris
Emma Harris
All organisations and teams investing a great deal of time and money in their Business Process Management system want to know that will be used by its intended audience. Over many years of working with hundreds of organisations implementing a BPM system, I have identified the 10 key steps to ensure that your BPM system will be used.
Tags: Business Process Management System | Business Process Management | BPM | Emma Harris | Triaster
July 27, 2017 by Oliver Slot
Oliver Slot
PEX Network’s has recently launched a new podcast series, featuring personal conversations about business with key industry leaders. 15 episodes are already live on the iTunes App & Google Play or available to listen on the PEX Network Website, the series is already making waves in the process excellence community.
Tags: PEX Network podcasts | podcast series | podcasts | Oliver Slot
July 18, 2017 by Ivan Seselj
Ivan Seselj
Controlling process variations is a complex and costly challenge for many organizations. This is a growing issue particularly for organizations with a need for slight variations to their standard processes to meet the requirements of a specific location, product or customer. Ivan Seselj, CEO and founder of Promapp, shares 7 steps organizations can Read more
Tags: process variations | process variation | Promapp | Ivan Seselj
July 18, 2017 by Dan Morris
Dan Morris
I have been responsible for a great many business process management (BPM) project turn-around efforts. Companies can get into projects that they are simply not prepared for and need help turning them around. The fact is that we all bite off more than we can chew at times. That has given me a fairlyunique perspective on what makes these projects Read more
Tags: BPM | business process management | BPM projects | business process management projects
July 4, 2017 by Bruce Sheridan
Bruce Sheridan
This short piece explores the benefits for business architecture to build a bridge with operational excellence. The synergy from bridging the two will deliver higher revenue, lower costs, reduced risk and improved speed.
Tags: Bruce Sheridan | Operational Excellence | business architecture
227 results
of 23