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Blog posts tagged in Business process modeling
Business Process Management (BPM) is about managing everything that is done in an organisation to provide successful customer outcomes (hence it is a customer-centric effort). You need a plan, which includes a description from the organisation regarding how it will roll out and upkeep the Business Process Management (BPM) initiative, select processes for development and train people to lead the actual implementation. All this requires professional, leadership and communication skills. Janne Ohtonen has published a new book called “You Think You Are Doing Well? Become a Winner With Customer-Centric Process Leadership!” which is aimed to help you to grow those skills...
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If you think about this question for a few seconds and then poll the answer, the top 2 would be probably be: What problem am I trying to solve? What goal am I trying to achieve? For most of us that is exactly what we are focusing on when we embark on a change project - A symptom of a problem occurs in our business. We identify the underlying problem or goal and unless it is something that can be readily solved as part of our day to day activity, we assign impact then priority and turn it into a project...
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In the recent posts, I discussed about the changes in the Zachman framework 3.0. also discussed about the prevailing myths about the framework. Thanks for the overwhelming response and of course several questions as well ;-).Some questions related to - what's the difference between primitive and composite? Why do you need primitive models ? how these concepts are helpful in the context of business process modeling? How to use the primitive to create the target business process diagram? What are the limitations of the approach which doesn't consider the concepts of primitive models ? Check the 5 part videos.
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