How Should IT Embrace BPM?

Posted by Tom Dwyer on Thursday, June 9, 2011 - 12:37

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What are the major challenges encountered when introducing the BPM discipline and approach to a company’s existing approach to using information technology to improve operations? For example, what issues do you face when planning to integrate the BPM approach to existing approaches for specifying requirements and developing a technical design? Do you encounter conflicts and gaps with existing concepts and principles?


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Ariana Carpenter
posted 1 week 21 hours ago
I am currently taking a course of Operations Management at university. I must say it is much more complicated subject than I expected. Fortunately, I found essays for sale not damage my credentials with low grades for management.
Pearl Zhu
posted 3 years 5 weeks ago
As some advocate, CIO should become Chief Process Officer, and IT can help not only help automate process, but also optimize process, manaage process innovation as well. BPM s about manaaging knowing from flowing, "I"-information driven IT will analyze both process effectiveness and efficiency, breakdown process silos, and improve end-to-end customer experience or engage & empower employees throughly. thanks.
Ahmet Akal
posted 3 years 13 weeks ago
IT must be fully engaged in any BPM initiative to be succesful.

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