How Should the output of a BPM Excercise look like ?

Posted by Mohammed Siddique on Saturday, December 3, 2016 - 03:47

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We have recently initiated a BPM section under Organization Development department. Now that we are in initial phase of establishment, we have decided to pilot with one of our Departments. I would like to know how should the output of the exercise should look like ? what are the outcomes we should present to our management for instance 'process architecture', 'AS-IS Processes', 'To-Be Processes' and what else ?

I would be highly grateful if someone could advice, let me know if there are templates etc., we should use.



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Kapil Sharma
posted 20 weeks 3 days ago
My company does As-Is process assessment and To-Be Design documentation. We use a standard template to do this activity and see how many processes are interlinked and independent. we also see the processes from dynamic perspective. For fixed processes, there are lot of BPM modules but for dynamic processes, one should go for case management module. In case of further queries, do let me know.
Gail McKernan
posted 35 weeks 4 days ago
One of the items that I'm planning to include in our BPM dashboard is process maturity - what level are our processes at now, what is the target, and then track on a monthly basis but report on progress on a quarterly basis since quantum process change is a long game. I was also thinking about reporting on the 7 tenets of BPM. Does anyone else have thoughts to share on how to measure and report on BPM? It might be good to understand other ways of doing things...
Miguel Angel Cuevas
posted 44 weeks 2 days ago
Alignment with the value chain

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