Living Process
Living Process
What does "living process" mean to you?
Curated by Living Process
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scoop.it!

How to Test the Pulse of your Processes and See if they are Still Alive!

How to Test the Pulse of your Processes and See if they are Still Alive! | Living Process | Scoop.it
Many processes are like zombies. They wake up in the morning, brush their teeth, take the train ride to work and start working. For four hours they check their emails, put of fires and curse the work they do.
Living Process's insight:

Avoid the zombie process apocalypse! "Don’t let your processes wander around like zombies. Revive them by determining the highest value your customers are seeking from your business and execute on these priorities by motivating employees with best-in-class work practices."


more...
No comment yet.
Scoop.it!

CIOs Need To Prepare For Cultural And Organizational Transformation

CIOs Need To Prepare For Cultural And Organizational Transformation | Living Process | Scoop.it

Macro trends in technology and shifting customer behavior are giving rise to the connected business -- which is not defined by technology but is rather a new style of doing business.

Living Process's insight:

"CIOs will be responsible for introducing technology solutions that help break down silos, boost cross-team collaboration, drive the end-to-end customer experience, and engage more deeply with customers." BPM methodology & technology likely to play an increasing role?

more...
No comment yet.
Scoop.it!

Adopting a “Living Process” Mentality – Break Free of the Rigidity

Adopting a “Living Process” Mentality – Break Free of the Rigidity | Living Process | Scoop.it
Over the years, organizations have created "business processes" mainly to rein in the chaos that has proliferated inside their operations. They have installed BPM tools to automate their processes and make sure tasks can be repeated successfully over and over again.
Living Process's insight:

Bonitasoft's Mac MacConnell shared some thoughts on Living Process thinking on the bpm.com blog

more...
No comment yet.