Further Educational Materials
Q1: What do we really mean when we talk about Business Process Management (BPM)?
Q2: What are the components and standards in a BPM implementation?
Q3: Which business process(es) lend themselves most readily to BPM? Are there any that have proven to have a consistently bad fit?
Q4: Whose input should be sought for BPM requirements, and who ultimately decides what criteria BPM will be built to?
Q5: How does BPM enable you to make smart business decisions in real-time?
Q6: How does BPM provide visibility into end-to-end processes?
Q7: How do you go about detecting and responding to business events occurring across the enterprise day in and day out, as they happen?
Q8: How can BPM be used to increase employee productivity, and not lose valuable time because the business processes they need are not synchronized?
Q9: How can BPM prove that the processes are doing what you claim they are? Are they in line with the required legal and industry regulations, requirements, and standards?
Q10: How does an organization get started with BPM? What is a “best practice” approach towards a BPM implementation?