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Some business process leaders are doing much better in changing their work practices compared to others. What do well-performing leaders know about adapting their organisation’s processes swiftly and adequately, that others don’t? And how well you are doing well as a process leader? New book from Janne Ohtonen, takes inspiration from the Greek phrase “panta rhei” (or “everything flows”) once spoken by philosopher Heraclitus, indicating that everything is susceptible to change. This still holds true, 2500 years after these words were first spoken. Organizations are changing constantly, under pressure of market demand, competitive forces, technological inventions and new legislation. This demands...
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In short, the process world really needs to change. I’m not suggesting that we revolutionize everything we have ever learnt about process but I am thinking that today’s methods need to be more in sync with the demands of the business world. Every year about 10,000 change books are published and whilst many of them overlap they are written because today’s change approaches are still falling short. In the world of process this means: Most of the frameworks for BPM change have been developed for the structured process or the production line. The drive to reduce variation, defects and waste is...
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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 first part of this series, I deliberated on how to define strategy models and the key factors to consider, transformation from strategy models to business models and then transformation from business to system models consisting of application architecture, network distribution,

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It will be helpful if your nomination includes thedetailed process models. You will agree that modeling the processes enhancesthe understanding. The process model consisting of business activities,business rules, business roles, information sets, message flows,decision gateways, distribution nodes, constraints along with the timelinessare key to successful implementation of business service. As a part of the nomination, it's is helpful if youdescribe sample model for the critical processes.             And the gap analysis relatedto baseline processes and the target processes for a few. Please note that, you could use modeling notationsof your choice to represent business process modeling,...
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It will be helpful if your nomination includes thedetailed process models. You will agree that modeling the processes enhancesthe understanding. The process model consisting of business activities,business rules, business roles, information sets, message flows,decision gateways, distribution nodes, constraints along with the timelinessare key to successful implementation of business service. As a part of the nomination, it's is helpful if youdescribe sample model for the critical processes.             And the gap analysis relatedto baseline processes and the target processes for a few. Please note that, you could use modeling notationsof your choice to represent business process modeling,...
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It's important to understand how Enterprise & IT Architecture effort impacts the financial well-being of the Organization. There exist a direct relationship between revenue and the process improvement and the level of automation withs ystems & IT. One can easily establish such relationships.

As a part of the ongoing survey, there are 10 questions which are aimed at understanding the financial impact of architecture initiatives

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It's important to understand how Enterprise & IT Architecture effort impacts the financial well-being of the Organization. There exist a direct relationship between revenue and the process improvement and the level of automation withs ystems & IT. One can easily establish such relationships.

As a part of the ongoing survey, there are 10 questions which are aimed at understanding the financial impact of architecture initiatives
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