— Peter Schooff (@PSchooff) November 3, 2015
Some really nice thoughts and comments/links.
Interesting discussion and great points. Few thoughts:
- The BPM Product should be flexible enough and adapt to changes flawlessly
- There cannot be a one-to-one mapping for a success/failure ratio post BPM adoption – it differs from organizations to organization based on people, process, business functionality, timelines and many other factors
- Considering – Yet another Project Implementation with a new BPM Product Stack
- Do I still need to have a dependency on IT Team? – Can’t every Business person be empowered
- With BPM, you can build screens just by drag and drop – why is it taking so long to implement (undermining customization effort – as the developer lives within the boundaries defined by the Product)
- Fulfil and address every pain-point and challenge(Performance, Cx, Ux, Optimized Process) in the AS-IS system with the new BPM implementation (it will depend on the prioritization, optimization and design decision exercise)
Whats your take ?? – What Do Businesses Underestimate the Most About BPM?
Happy Reading!! 🙂