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project lifecycle

SharePoint BPM is Great Software, But Not a Solution for BPM

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The genius of well-designed software is that it bores in on a specific type of problem and delivers an effective solution that is unique to that problem. For the IT…

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Organizational Change and BPM, Part 4: Preparing Your Organization for BPM

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At what point will your organization be ready to adopt a business process mindset and implement a process-focused way of working? We wish the answer could easily identified, like some…

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To Gain a Competitive Advantage, Make BPM Inclusive

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Some people may think of implementing business process management (BPM) within their organization as a purely tactical effort, one that serves the ‘process automation’ needs of an organization. The generally…

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Organizational Change and BPM, Part 3: We Sell BPM, But Should We Sell It To You?

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In the course of the lifecycle of almost any business, someone invariably gets the idea that some aspect of the organization could be run better — and suggests that ‘change…

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