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Why employees resist BPM

Why employees resist BPM | Living Process | Scoop.it

Rejections to BPM should not be considered as resistance, but instead we need to take a closer look at why employees reject new applications.

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Living Process: involve the users. In the beginning, middle and end.

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Living Process - the demo | Bonitasoft | Open Source Workflow & BPM software

Living Process - the demo | Bonitasoft | Open Source Workflow & BPM software | Living Process | Scoop.it

How can structured and rigid BPM processes adapt to the reality of today’s dynamic and demanding work environment?

Living Process's insight:

Join Bonitasoft for this webinar and see some of our vision about what makes a Living Process.

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What Kind of Digital Company Are You?

What Kind of Digital Company Are You? | Living Process | Scoop.it

via Accountingweb.com: For years, the accounting profession has been looking for better tools for digitally managing their documents and integrating that process with all the tools that allow them to deliver...

Living Process's insight:

View of process from the accounting domain. "Once you put a process in place and begin to use it, don't think you're done. Great companies always re-assess why they are doing something...Bake it a bit, let people think about it, challenge it, ask why we're doing it, then implement and re-assess." Living Processes ought to include a means for that challenge and re-assessment.

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Continuous Process Improvement is a State of Mind, Not an Activity | Mel Bost - PMO Expert

Continuous Process Improvement is a State of Mind, Not an Activity | Mel Bost - PMO Expert | Living Process | Scoop.it

Project Management to a New Level in a Continuous Process Improvement Framework. I discuss identifying, capturing, documenting, and sharing project lessons

Living Process's insight:

"Continuously look at feedback from stakeholders, customers, clients, auditors, and internal project groups that advocate changing some part of your internal business processes."  Speaks to flexibility

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…and it’s only the Second Year into the Teens…

 
You might find this funny, and maybe even somewhat disjointed in logic, but the IT industry after all these years, is now going through its teen years and it appears to have all the makings of ‘teenage’ as we know it.
Living Process's insight:

Great analogy here - "three critical aspects that matter most in dealing with this phase, – ‘Immediacy’, ‘Transparency’ and ‘Listening’…

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Process Change and Your People: Are You Striking the Right Balance? - Firmology

Process Change and Your People: Are You Striking the Right Balance? - Firmology | Living Process | Scoop.it

Firmology Process Change and Your People: Are You Striking the Right Balance?

Living Process's insight:

Success for process improvement initatives, like any other change, depends on the buy-in of people where the rubber meets the road. And not just for millennials!

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The Living Process with Bonita BPM

The Living Process with Bonita BPM | Living Process | Scoop.it

How can structured and rigid BPM processes adapt to the reality of today’s dynamic and demanding work environment?

Living Process's insight:

A new webinar on Living Process by Bonitasoft. What is a Living Process and how can you break rigidity / add flexibility in a process app?

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Process life-cycle 2014

Process life-cycle 2014 | Living Process | Scoop.it

The traditional definition of “process life-cycle” is as follows: “BPM scope covers the whole process life-cycle: process discovery, design, documentation, rollout, execution, measurement, monitoring, analysis and...

Living Process's insight:

via @BPMLeader : "Dynamic BPM...allows us to use, verify, and obtain knowledge directly from the ongoing processes, without the need to wait for analyses to be performed after the processes are executed." Not a new idea, but still, how could a Living Process be without it?

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To the back office and beyond: New frontiers for BPM (Transcript)

To the back office and beyond: New frontiers for BPM (Transcript) | Living Process | Scoop.it

"Business Process Management used to be one of the domains of the back office as it helps companies speed up processes like order processing..."


Via Martina Simon
Living Process's insight:

Perspective from E. Scott Menter: "You can even go one step further then this and go directly to your customers and embracing them within your business processes. In a sense you have wrapped your arms around the customer, around the sales person, around the support people and around the back office all through this one solution."

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Starting BPM - Metrics - BPM Leader

Starting BPM - Metrics - BPM Leader | Living Process | Scoop.it
I see process improvement activities as an ongoing event. As you move new people into and out of a process, it may be beneficial to change the process to fit the new personnel.
Living Process's insight:

Agree: change the process to fit the people, not the other way around.

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2014: Disrupt or Die - Wired

2014: Disrupt or Die - Wired | Living Process | Scoop.it

In this process, speed is the key. Success isn't linear; instead, it encompasses a multitude of decision points, with which we must experiment early, fail early, and reap the rewards from an iterative methodology.

Living Process's insight:

and fast feedback is key for iterative methodology...not a rigid  process

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Product improvements is our objective - St. Augustine Record

Product improvements is our objective - St. Augustine Record | Living Process | Scoop.it
Product improvements is our objective
St. Augustine Record
Our project is a temporary exercise aimed at process improvement, with help from the most important people — our readers. I have no plans to use volunteers to permanently edit The Record.
Living Process's insight:

Capturing feedback to pinpoint issues and improve processes...interesting what this Florida newspaper has initiated

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