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Understanding the Relationship Between Digital Process Automation and BPM

By BP Logix on Aug 30, 2019 12:00:26 PM

 

Topics: organizational change BPM Forrester
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To Gain a Competitive Advantage, Make BPM Inclusive

By BP Logix on Jan 10, 2014 7:42:30 PM

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 accepted wisdom is that given reasonable parameters, a BPM solution ‘should’ be able to address and manage internal processes. It ‘should’ also create a more efficient working environment; it ‘should’ reduce the number of steps required to achieve a satisfactory solution. It ‘could’ or ‘can’ also lead to optimizing those processes that are being automated. Certainly those are characteristics of a BPM tool, but if that's the extent of one's vision, then that is a short sighted vision.

Topics: operations organizational_change organizational change process director programming project lifecycle project management review utilities value workflow approval audit automation blog BP BP Logix BPM business process management CIO cloud culture dynamic economy efficiency eforms end users errors forms HR infrastructure
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Organizational Change and BPM, Part 3: We Sell BPM, But Should We Sell It To You?

By BP Logix on Nov 27, 2013 10:32:00 AM

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 might do everyone some good.’ The idea of making some change (or set of changes) generally comes from a place called ‘good intentions’ or ‘progressive thinking.’ It might be thought of as being along the lines of, "We are doing well, but could be doing better."

Topics: Operational Improvement operations organizational_change organizational change process director project lifecycle project management social social BPM workflow approval audit automation blog BP BP Logix BPM business process management CIO efficiency eforms forms infrastructure
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Organizational Change and BPM, Part 2: Do You Have a Process-Focused Organization?

By BP Logix on Nov 21, 2013 11:14:00 AM

In today’s competitive market, you, or we,  would be hard pressed to find executives who do not want their companies to be better organized and more efficient. Most C-level leaders pepper their speeches and memos with messages that implore employees to find smarter ways of working, techniques that will maximize their business process improvement efforts and reduce or even eliminate repetitive tasks. The hope is that somewhere between "working smarter" and “a validated bottom-line improvement” some actions will occur that make that vision a reality. Unfortunately, that middle ground between desires and outcomes is usually where the best laid plans often go astray.

Topics: Operational Improvement operations organizational_culture organizational change process director programming utilities value workflow approval audit automation BP BP Logix BPM business process management CIO Company culture economy efficiency efficient eforms end users forms preparation
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Mobile BPM: Out of the Office Doesn’t Mean Out of the Loop

By BP Logix on Sep 24, 2013 6:06:00 PM

Mobile technology can undoubtedly give an enterprise more options as to how the company conducts its business, but does mobile functionality necessarily create greater efficiency? And does it truly create an easier route to optimization?

Topics: Mobile mobile_BPM mobile organizational change process director project management social BPM value workflow automation blog BP BP Logix BPM business process management CIO Company culture efficiency forms infrastructure