BPM vs. project management: What are the differences?
Uncover the key differences between BPM and project management and how they can be combined to achieve operational excellenceAdd bookmark
Every organization is different, but one fact is universally true: managing business operations is a crucial, complicated and long-term procedure. However, no matter where you are in your company’s lifespan, it is important to combine process and project management.
When considering business process management (BPM) and project management (PM), it can be difficult to understand which is most beneficial for a company.
The truth is that these disciplines affect each other and can be combined perfectly in order to achieve operational excellence. Which of them is at the forefront and which is the driving force, depends on how your company perceives the two disciplines.
Continue reading here to explore the differences between BPM and PM and find out the optimal way to combine them.