The progression of advanced systems and operational intelligence over the years has lead to businesses/organisations having the ability to use data in a proactive way so that problems can be identified immediately. Data analytics and sensor information can identified the problem immediately with enhanced process management controls preventing the problem occurring at all. In the modern world, It has become the new ‘normal’ to to respond to everyday activities exceptionally.
Tagged: Business Process Management
Mobile connectivity has suddenly stepped away from the early social network and email adopters to become commonplace. The big jump is the fact that it is no longer the social animals driving the moves forward. Businesses are rapidly taking up the drive for mobility.
Computers are consistent, people are not. Business process management delivers reliable, repeatable and sustainable results.
I think everyone has seen and read the story about using drones to deliver your shopping. And it is not an April fool’s day prank. It looks real enough. The Jetsons have arrived.
“We have talked a lot about BPM as a product, but we have not discussed much about BPM as a methodology to successfully delivering high value applications.” How have you had success delivering BPM...
The European Spreadsheet Risk Interest Group (EUSPRIG) (no, really!) maintains a list of spreadsheet horror stories and when you have plenty of time on your hands you might like to browse through their extensive list of corporate fails.
I’ve blogged previously about my recent day at the ICCA in Sydney. One section focussed closely on process excellence, a topic close to my heart. Process is a key element of achieving the company objectives.
I have posted a number of blogs exploring how to describe what XMPro is. But I tend to continue to be dissatisfied with my explanations. Sometimes the answers you are looking for are so close they could bite.
I recently had the pleasure of meeting and talking to the CIO of a multi-national company about his future needs. He was sure that he had no need for BPM because if he did he would use the ERP workflow!
We have a dog at home, a cairn terrier. The kids love him and he seems to like them, no one bitten yet. The trouble with terriers is that they are runners. When you open the front door, if you don’t have a good grip on him he bolts down the driveway and disappears.