11 Habits for Highly Successful BPM Programs

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The culture of an organization is a collection of habits, and habits have a powerful effect in business performance. Driving long-term business benefit and success with Business Process Management (BPM) often times requires companies to develop new and maintain existing habits. Hear us discuss 11 specific habits that will help an organization move up the following different levels of BPM success:

  • Successful Projects/Delivery
  • Growing BPM Team Competency
  • Leveraging BPM Across the Enterprise

Attend this session to learn best practices for how to eliminate barriers that impede success with BPM. More importantly, take away clear directions for how to help position your company for BPM success both today, and well into the future.

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