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LearningAdaptiveFocused on cost reductionInnovativeIndependent of other companiesEmpowered peopleAgileResource consciousRisk averse


Create transparency.Become more efficient.Meet legal compliance requirements.Select high performance suppliers.Create new positions and career paths.Increase service quality.Become more agile.Integrate better with their suppliers.Drive process innovation


BPM is a Management Discipline.BPM transfers strategy into Execution.BPM reduces time and risk to get things done.BPM is the automation architecture of the Next Generation Enterprise.BPM helps managing across organizational boundaries, even across companies.


The procedure to deliver Lean Six Sigma projects successfully.Another name for Value-driven BPM.The business process to make BPM as a management discipline happen.The business process to execute process improvement projects.The business process of create process related assets.


BPM StrategyProcess and Data GovernanceOrder-to-CashProcure-to-PayEnterprise ArchitecturePeople EnablementHire-to-Retire


Target Value, Roadmap, Project ManagementTarget Value, BPM Capability, Project ManagementBPM Agenda, BPM Capability, Target ValueBPM Capability, Enterprise Architecture, Target ValueBPM Agenda, Target Value, People Enablement


Define Usage Scenarios.Develop an enterprise-wide process model.Use the right modeling methods, e.g. BPMN.Use a Could based repository tool.Model all aspects of a business process: organization, data, functions, deliverables, control.


The owner of all key business processes.The owner of the “process of process management”The highest governance body in a process organization.The boss of the Chief Operating Officer.


Identification of core processes.Ownership and accountability.Definition of process goals/KPIs.Aligned recognition and reward systems.Priorities for process improvements.Systematic management of knowledge about processes.


Value-driven BPM is a reactive improvement approach, CI is ongoing delivering business value on a daily basis.Value-driven BPM is a proactive discipline that uses the best suitable improvement approaches, including automation, CI is a rather reactive approach that fixes issues instead of avoiding them.CI is a simplified version of Value-driven BPM.Value-driven BPM replaces CI which is in the Next Generation Enterprise no longer required.


Top level management support is key.Keep things simple.Deliver quick benefits while building lasting capabilitiesKeep projects at a low cost level.Expect that BPM related initiatives run over budget.Build a comprehensive BPM infrastructure (assets) before doing any process improvement projects.BPM is a management discipline, not a project approach.Setting clear priorities is important.A board level Chief Process Officer is required.







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