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Business Process Management (BPM)
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Contributor: Ivan Seselj
Posted: 07/18/2017
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 take to understand the extent of the process variations they are managing and to control them. Full Content »
Contributor: Dan Morris
Posted: 07/18/2017
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 succeed and
why they can get into trouble. While the reasons vary, there are common threads that kept coming up. Some of the more
common and more destructive issues follow. Full Content »
Contributor: Craig Reid
Posted: 07/17/2017
Craig Reid
Global process improvement expert Craig Reid summarizes the key issues, the “hot spots” that organizations face today and how they can start to focus their efforts to become truly customer- centric. There are a multitude of handbooks explaining methodologies, tools and techniques on how to implement process improvement – but this is a book about the why of business process improvement. This is an ebook to digest then hand to your boss and your boss’s boss. It’s a book to inspire, to fist pump the air and most importantly to start a process revolution in your organization. Full Content »
Posted: 07/12/2017
business architecture guide
A Guide to the Business Architecture Body of Knowledge® (BIZBOK® Guide) provides an industry standard framework for business architecture practitioners and individuals who wish to use business architecture to address business challenges. This practical guide comes in the form of best practices, gleaned from numerous companies and business architecture leaders. Practitioners of business architecture understand the importance of having a comprehensive yet user-friendly handbook for the growing number of organizations embracing this important discipline. Full Content »
Contributor: Bruce Sheridan
Posted: 07/04/2017
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. Full Content »
Posted: 06/26/2017
7 roles
Learn about the seven roles you need to sustain a culture of positive change. Download this process playbook today and discover the seven roles you need to sustain a real culture of positive change in your organization. Full Content »
Contributor: Aya Gharbawi
Posted: 06/21/2017
Aya
Evidenced by soaring Google searches, interest in robotic process automation (RPA) and artificial intelligence (AI) has surged immensely in recent years. This shift is not without its controversies, especially its impact on employment levels.(Robotic Process Automation Google Trend, 2017) Rising fear of unemploymentMany people including indust Full Content »
Contributor: John W. Moran
Posted: 06/20/2017
John W. Moran
The prioritization process can be a confusing and time consuming process for an Improvement Team since they need to develop criteria to prioritize the solutions against, develop a rating scale, achieve consensus, and then do the prioritization. Full Content »
Posted: 06/01/2017
Felix Robert
How businesses can save time and money when they manage their businesses on a low-code platform Full Content »
Contributor: David Robinson
Posted: 05/31/2017
David Robinson
If Failure Mode Effects Analysis procedures had been in place and executed correctly then tens of thousands of airline’s passengers would not have been stranded, say experts Full Content »
Contributor: PEX Network Reports
Posted: 05/22/2017
PEX Network Reports
The team at the PEX Network are conducting the largest global survey of operational excellence and business transformation executives, and we want you to take part! Full Content »
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Contributor: Dan Morris
Posted: 05/18/2017
Dan Morris
Daniel C. Morris, CBPP, CBA,, Vice President, Association of Business Process Management Professionals (ABPMP) and PEX Network Global Board Member, shares his insights on recent trends in digital transformation and best practices for moving to a digital enterprise through Business Process Management (BPM). Morris also shares his own personal experiences of working with the PEX Network and the vast benefits of joining the PEX Network community. Full Video »
Contributor: Craig Reid
Posted: 07/17/2017
Craig Reid
Global process improvement expert Craig Reid summarizes the key issues, the “hot spots” that organizations face today and how they can start to focus their efforts to become truly customer- centric. There are a multitude of handbooks explaining methodologies, tools and techniques on how to implement process improvement – but this is a book about the why of business process improvement. This is an ebook to digest then hand to your boss and your boss’s boss. It’s a book to inspire, to fist pump the air and most importantly to start a process revolution in your organization. Full Whitepaper »