Processes are pervasive throughout every organization, even the smallest ones. The operation of an organization relies heaving on either institutional (sometimes called tribal) knowledge of these processes and procedures or will have spent a good deal of time ensuring that the process is known and training ensures everyone uses it in the same way. The [...]
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BPM made simpler Licensing alternatives for TaskMap Process Mapping software Posted in Process Mapping on Apr 14th, 2011 If you are considering TaskMap for your organization for process mapping applications you will have to consider licensing options to make the most effective use of the software for your organization. There are three considerations that will [...]
Patience may be a virtue, but it’s not always in a BPM project. A typical BPM project has a lot of moving parts, decisions, deliverables and reviews. Usually project managers are operating as change agents for the project. This involves a combination of cajoling, communications, nudging, pushing and pulling for the team and those affected [...]