Seven Deadly Sins of Business Process Management (BPM) - Slide 4

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Don’t start the BPM campaign process from a blank slate. Process frameworks were developed to avoid reinventing the wheel. Example frameworks include APQC’s PCF, ITIL and the Supply Chain Council’s SCOR Model.

Competitive pressure, the need to improve efficiency, the quest for agility and the need for compliance are all big drivers right now for business process management (BPM). BPM can help structure an organization with process governance and protocols that alleviate redundancies and create a more streamlined and efficient environment.  

But not all BPM is created equally. Chris Taylor, head of consulting in North America for Nimbus (now part of TIBCO), believes that organizations must be aware of the possible downfalls of implementing a BPM campaign with inadequate focus on end-user adoption. This slideshow features the seven deadly sins of BPM that he has identified.  

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