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The BPM-D Framework

This section briefly describes the major components of the BPM-Discipline Framework.

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Delivers Pace and Certainty

As outlined in the previous section the BPM-D framework is a (patent pending) outline of the elements of an effective process management discipline.
BOOK –> pg 13

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A Holistic Process

As shown in the ARIS model, a good process should be described holistically including the five dimensions shown in the model.
BOOK –> pg 128

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BPM-D Framework

Applying the ARIS architecture to the process of process management, the BPM-D Framework has been established to describe all the dimensions of the BPM-Discipline.

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Value Framework

The first component of the framework is the focus on value. This was described by Mathias in some detail in the first Topic .
BOOK –> pg 25

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Process Framework

These are the major sub processes you would expect to find in a complete process of process management. This is described in more detail on the following pages.
BOOK –> Chapter 3 – pg 33

Download and read the Process of Process Management white paper here

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Process Structure

In structuring the process framework the scheer y-model has been applied as shown on the next chart.
BOOK –> pg 167

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Process framework structure

Using the y-model we split the processes into a 2 by 2 matrix. On the horizontal differentiating between Asset focused (building things) processes and Project focused (doing things) processes. Vertically we distinguish between planning and executing.

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Process Strategy

The starting point of value driven BPM-D targets value and then establishes a BPM agenda while building BPM capability.

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Project Execution

These are the processes with which we are most familiar. Executing projects, managing successful deliveries and measuring results

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Assets planning

This set of processes focuses on understanding the use cases for BPM information stretching this into usefull information models.Process governance is the key to understanding and also has responsibility for maintaining and using which processes.

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Asset Execution

Here you have the processes that manage the methods and tools that enable BPM execution through people and technologies.

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Process Detail

For each of the process we then drill down into more detailed process descriptions and flows. This is a very basic example.

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Data Framework

Behind these processes an integrated data model is required to effectively provide the information required to manage a BPM capacity.

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Data Framework

Each of these groups of data can be mapped to the process areas as shown.

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Organisation Framework

People across the organisation and in partnering organisations execute process management in the major roles identified on the chart.
BOOK –> Chapter 6 pg-101

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Summary

Collectively the right people executing the right processes with integrated information and the right tools deliver the promise of Value-Driven BPM.

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