Monthly Archives: September 2018

Lead causes of sub-optimal process performance

By |September 26th, 2018|

One of most evident but widely neglected reasons for poor process performance in a company is a failure to recognize a process as such. Systematic process mapping is an essential factor for efficient process governance and optimization of business performance. However, organizations often miss to distinguish processes they run and to reveal them as business […]

Why every company should have a process architecture?

By |September 21st, 2018|

Every company runs certain business processes, either documented or not. These processes can be simple or complex, depending on how big and complex is the company. Collection of processes comprises certain structure. To name this structure ‘architecture’ or not, is a matter of taste.

Suppose you decided for a short trip outdoor and intend to pitch […]

Dangers of IT leadership in digital transformation

By |September 20th, 2018|

Digital transformation is often seen and promoted recently as a primary factor of success for a company. IT is a resource delivering implementation of the challenge for digitization. This might create a false impression about IT as a primary driver of business.

Despite its growing power, IT is and will always be just a technology. As […]

Most needed BPM skills

By |September 17th, 2018|

Cross-disciplinary architecture is among crucial and often neglected factors of BPM initiatives. Compatible multi-domain modeling is rarely available or seen as priority in BPM projects in favor of local automation tasks. However, exactly transparent and scale-able process collaboration across an organization determines long term success of the digital transformation.

The ability to capture a consistent view of […]