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Top 10 Reasons to Manage Processes

Top 10 lists have become popular, so let’s look at the top 10 reasons to manage your business processes…

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More on Efficiency

On a lighter note...

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The New Efficiency

From a Steve Ballmer Executive Email In all the talk about the economy, one term that comes up more and more frequently is something called "the new normal." I like this phrase because it speaks to the fact that economic reality has undergone a fundamental shift over the course of the past 12 months.

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Benefits of BPM - Another View

IDG Research Services recently surveyed 400 IT executives. 

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Benefits of Business Process Management

From ‘Inside the Midmarket: A 2009 Perspective’ commissioned by IBM…

Midsize companies have been the engines of economic growth fueling a smarter planet for a long time. To continue that path to success, midsize businesses must embrace new and better ways of doing business.
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Product Management Lifecycle

You may call it New Product Development; New Product Introduction; Product Management; or Product Management Lifecycle. I see it as the logical extension of product lifecycle management [PLM].

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BPM, the Third Wave

Howard Smith and Peter Fingar have written a new book called ‘Business Process Management the third wave’.

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To BPM or not to BPM?

Ever wondered whether your company should address their business processes? Many of you believe that managing business processes is a good idea, but it is too expensive. So, let’s look at some reasons to address your business processes.

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