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Posts Tagged ‘Process Improvement’

Posts Tagged ‘Process Improvement’

Comply with Dodd-Frank Banking Regulations

The implementation of a new regulation can be a daunting task, from trying to figure out what needs to change and how to implement and communicate those changes. Jeff Fisher and Kevin Feldhus collaborated on how to implement the Dodd-Frank banking regulations on a banks business process. Please read more at: http://www.bpmleader.com/2012/07/18/comply-with-dodd-frank-banking-regulation-using-bpm/

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The Alignment of Six Sigma and BPM

Six sigma and BPM are both techniques to improve an organizations business processes. Read more to learn about how they can be used in a complimentary fashion: http://www.bpmleader.com/2012/07/11/the-alignment-of-six-sigma-and-bpm/  

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road to BPM Success

Like Dorothy, the Scare Crow, the Tin Man, and the Lion in the movie “The Wizard of Oz”, follow the yellow brick road for BPM success.  Please read more at – http://www.bpmleader.com/2012/07/05/follow-the-yellow-brick-road-to-bpm-success/

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Two Common BPM Project Planning Patterns

When crunched for time, be it on a project, or trying to get to your next meeting, or preparing a RFP that is due soon, the tendency is to find shortcuts or whole-cuts, anything that will help reach that deadline. The trade-off is, you may reach a deadline, but what was removed or simplified? Please […]

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Six Sigma and BPM Alignment

Introduction: Quote – Redesign is for innovating a process, lean is to remove waste from the process and six sigma is a technique to eliminate defects in products and services. – “How Work Gets Done” by Artie Mahal Six Sigma is a standard that has been successfully used by multiple companies to improve the quality […]

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Myers-Briggs and BPM

Can the Myers-Briggs personality test be adapted to a business process? After all, a business process could have predictable or unpredictable outcomes. It could be outward facing to customers or inward facing to the organization. It could be very rigid or allow for multiple variations. Read more by clicking on the following link: http://www.bpmleader.com/2012/05/28/myers-briggs-and-bpm/  

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Root Cause Analysis and BPM

My idea of root cause analysis is that it attempts to define the core cause(s) of a problem. The problem could be of any category, including personal health, mechanical, or business problem.  There are too numerous categories to define for a business problem, but the general idea is if you treat the root cause, you […]

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Starting a BPM Project

Starting a BPM Project So how do you start a BPM project?  There are many possible ways, from jumping in and doing to detailed, well thought out planning.  So when I posed the question to a LinkedIn BPM group, “When starting a new BPM project, what are the 3 key things to help ensure success?” […]

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How do you measure risk?

The first thing you have to ask yourself is, “What truly is the risk I need to measure?”  The biggest risk to any IT project is how well you measure risk itself.  According to Doug Hubbard, a leader in this industry. “The biggest problems or those with the  highest risk are the ones that get […]

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