Case study: University College London Hospitals
This report examines the ongoing implementation of Lombardi's Blueprint and Teamworks at UK NHS Trust University College London Hospitals (UCLH).
- You may find that a lightweight implementation of BPM technology, more oriented around monitoring than around automation, is a cost-effective way to get started with BPM
- Consider how your BPM initiative might be able to complement your existing IT architecture efforts
- Make sure you start thinking about how you'll manage process changes early on in your implementation.
table of contents
- Case study key facts
- Company background
- Project background
- Implementation characteristics and status
- The approach
- The results
- Recommendations for adopters.
Published: 25 Oct 2010
Published: 30 Jun 2010
Published: 19 Feb 2005
Programs: governance, architecture and planning