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Why Process Improvement is Key to Your Organization’s Success

Why Process Improvement is Key to Your Organization’s Success

“Processes underpin business capabilities, and capabilities underpin strategy execution,” says digital leadership specialist Pearl Zhu in her book “Digital Capability: Building Lego Like Capability Into Business Competency.” In today’s fast-paced world, innovation and growth are key to business success for startups and maturing companies alike.

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Execs Are in the Driver’s Seat for Innovation Success

Execs Are in the Driver's Seat for Innovation Success

There was a time when the drive, need and even ability to innovate was left to tech-centric entities like Google, Apple and Amazon. Those days are long gone. Now innovation has become a survival factor for most, if not all, businesses regardless of type or background.

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Why a Healthy Process Culture Is Key in Times of Change

Why a Healthy Process Culture Is Key in Times of Change

Some people use the terms "process culture" and "organizational culture" interchangeably. More accurately, process culture refers to an aspect of organizational culture that supports the ongoing creation, management and improvement of efficient and effective business processes.

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Business Process Management Success Starts With People

Business Process Management Success Starts With People

Many businesses turn to tools and technology to cope with the pace of change and innovation, but at times this emphasis on technical solutions leads executives to overlook the role people play in organizational success.

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The 5 Most Common Business Process Management Hurdles

The 5 Most Common Business Process Management Hurdles

Organizational change management requires dedication, clarity of vision and patience to be effective. While every organization will face a different set of challenges when undertaking a business process management (BPM) initiative, the challenges often fall into one of the five categories below. 1.

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