Five Reasons Why BPM Programs Struggle or Fail to Succeed

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Doing things more cheaply is not always the answer. Efficiency is a short-term win – there’s only so much efficiency you can wring out of your organization. Then what? Effectiveness is boundless and radically rethinking how work is done creates long-term value that pays forward.

The advice here is to think bigger, play nice with others, embrace effectiveness and focus on long-term value. BPMers need to radically rethink what the role of visibility, accountability and adaptability will be for the future of their organization.

Several high-profile business process management (BPM) programs have recently been dropped, and a recent blog post by Elise Olding, research director at Gartner,  examines why BPM is facing more challenges in recent times. Ms. Olding said there are five reasons why some programs struggle or fail to succeed.


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