Business process management projects are riddled with implementation challenges. Differing expectations on process performance and lack of communication between IT and business users, delays in “operationalizing” BPM applications, process design that changes the "we have always done it this way" style of operations are some of the main contributors to these challenges.
Too often, businesses fall victim to poorly planned, poorly executed process improvement efforts. They are left with less money and greater frustrations when yet another attempt to repair their troubled, inefficient processes has been unsuccessful. What then?
It’s an exciting time to be a business process professional. The management discipline of BPM is mature, process modeling standards are stable and the technologies are at a point that allows us to provide the kinds of process innovation and agility that we have long asserted, but were unable to easily deliver.
Business organizations in a variety of industries face hardships and pain points when faced with a change. It’s especially hard when it’s a forced change through government regulations. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) presents one such challenge to organizations in the healthcare sector.
Earlier this month, Prolifics' Matt Yeager and Anant Gupta hosted a session at the FSOkx 4th Annual Business Process Management and Technology Innovation Forum.