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As BPM has become an area of mainstream industry interest, adopters are realising that BPM is essentially a collaborative activity – and that its value, above and beyond previous approaches to process improvement, is based on its ability to break down barriers and promote the sharing of information and insights about work, its efficiency and its effectiveness. Cloud computing models have the potential to turbo-charge BPM’s proposition because they enable organisations to work more openly, more widely, more collaboratively and more quickly.
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In these easy to digest, bite-sized guides, Neil Ward-Dutton explains how you can turbo-charge BPM efforts with an injection of cloud computing - and provides practical next steps to help you figure out which approach to take, and how to minimise risks and maximise returns.
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1: BPM's trajectory as a force for agility (11'00")
Neil provides an overview of how BPM approaches and technologies have changed the landscape of possibilities for organisations looking to increase their performance – by breaking down barriers between different groups of people with vested interests in business changes, making it easier for people to build on previous efforts, and making outcomes and future opportunities for improvement transparent.
2: Turbo-charging BPM's promise (11'47")
Here, Neil illustrates how, from a number of perspectives, cloud computing models turbo-charge BPM’s existing promise by enabling organisations like yours to pursue BPM work and deliver improvements more openly, more widely, more collaboratively and more quickly.
3: Planning your next steps(14'57")
In this final presentation, Neil shares a model to help you match your requirements to the products and services available from different suppliers, show how today’s offerings are likely to develop further in the coming 12-24 months, and walk through practical recommendations to help you start to take advantage of cloud computing propositions as part of your BPM work.
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