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...read more
I see a lot of discussion around Business Architecture (BA) initiatives these days. We all hear about various BA artifacts such as models of functions, processes, value streams, capabilities, organizations, and etc. and how important they are to the BA. My current BrainStorm article at http://www...read more
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The topic name is meant to be controversial and elicit discussion; the proposal here is not to completely get rid of Capability Maps but rather to assess the merits of the Org Map as a better means to drill down to actionable Business Architecture. Over the last couple years, I've seen multiple...read more
J. Bryan -- The organization view is one leg of the business architecture stool along with capability map, value streams and information assets. It is often overlooked so it is useful to bring up...read more
If your organization has a Center-of-Excellence installed that is managing multiple Process Automation applications across different business processes, but all on top of one BPMS (like a Pega, Lombardi or Appian), are the development resources for applications part of your IT organization or your...read more
Hi, I believe it comes back to the business maturity of the IT area and the technical maturity of the what I would call the operations area. If the IT structure includes a high business skllset...read more
What makes it so hard for some companies to move to a process orientation? I offer some food for thought in an article http://www.bpminstitute.org/articles/article/article/why-process-sounds-....
But what have you found? And how do you deal with it?read more
What makes it so hard to go from process improvement projects to an organizational approach? What conditions encourage this movement? i have found that enterprise systems implementations can...read more
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Customers are increasingly demanding higher...read more
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We believe a BPM solution should have extensive Document Management Functionalities ( Document archiving, routing, scanning, versioning,etc. ) in order to maximise the benefits provided to clients in business process automation.
Any whitepapers, reports or comments are welcome.read more
Document management is needed but many organisations already have document management facilities. Building document management in BPM could mean that these organisations pay for functionality twice...read more
I think that it is possible. In my opinion at that moment there are lot of companies concerned about the benefits of working in a process-centered way, but they are carrying out the ballast of an ERP...read more