The transcript of BPM-D’s Dr. Mathias Kirchmer speaking session on ‘Process-led Digitalization – Reliable and Effective Value Realization’ that took place at Digital Transformation Workplace Live Virtual Conference.
Digital transformation continues to shape the discipline of business process management (BPM). Here are four key trends and predictions Dr. Mathias Kirchmer is expecting for 2021.
Value-driven Digital Transformation enables significant performance improvements by leveraging the power of process management. Business Process Management is established as the overarching management discipline organizing process governance and integrating it with the organization to sustain transformation results and keep the related business processes on track.
Reference Models simplify the efficient and reliable transfer of good business practices from one area into another. In digital transformation, processes are often supported through a combination of different technologies, for example, an integration, and development platform combined with several application components, a workflow engine, and robotic process automation (RPA). Digitalization Process Reference Models reflect this combination of technology components to accelerate transformation initiatives.
The transcript of BPM-D’s Dr. Mathias Kirchmer speaking session on ‘Process-led Digital Transformation: From Priority to Value’ to Build a Thriving Enterprise that took place at Digital Transformation Workplace Live Virtual Conference.
Dr. Kirchmer, a Top Influencers in the field of BPM, was featured in the recent BPM Skills in 2021 – Hot or Not article by BPM TIPs. In the article he shared his predictions for the four skills which will be useful for process professionals in the upcoming year.
While organizations have learned to understand the importance of developing business process management (BPM) capabilities, digitalization now transforms business processes, and introduces new challenges. Extending prior research examining the value of BPM capabilities in organizations, this study examines the associations of BPM capabilities across direct and indirect digitalization benefits.
Process management has a long history, now we see the next upshift, leading to BPM 4.0 which leverages the power of the internet and related digital solutions to enhance process management. BPM 4.0 helps to focus on the processes that matter most for an organization so that transformation activities can be prioritized accordingly.
We are thrilled to share that BPM-D was recognized as one of the “10 Most Promising Digital Transformation Solution Providers” by CIO Review Magazine. BPM-D has created a pragmatic approach and developed tools to enable organizations to obtain successful digital business transformations—fast and at low risk.
Businesses have in general a solid management discipline around their products and an understanding of their people and information technology management. However, often the discipline around their business processes is missing or at a low maturity level. This is a significant challenge since new or enhanced processes deliver at the end the value of a transformation