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By: K2     Published Date: Aug 24, 2015
This white paper, based on the Process Excellence Network and K2 webinar, “5 Ways to Transform Business Processes to Optimize Agility,” by Rob Speck, Vice President of Services at K2, focuses on: What drives business process innovation What causes organizations to adopt platforms that support process innovation Examples of organizations that have done this and their return on investment (ROI) as a result Download this white paper to discover the 5 key components to transforming your business processes.
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By: K2     Published Date: Apr 01, 2016
This white paper, based on the Process Excellence Network’s, “5 Ways to Transform Business Processes to Optimize Agility,” by Rob Speck, Vice President of Services at K2, focuses on what causes and drives process innovation, includes examples of organizations that have done this, and analyzes their return on investment (ROI).
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By: K2     Published Date: Jan 07, 2016
In a world where speed matters, businesses need agility and flexibility to quickly modify their processes and business practices to stay competitive. Historically, large companies have hampered process agility by locking themselves into outdated systems, processes, and ways of working, but a variety of factors – including modernization and customer expectations – are increasingly playing a role in driving companies toward business process transformation, an emerging topic in the realm of process excellence. This white paper, based on the Process Excellence Network’s, “5 Ways to Transform Business Processes to Optimize Agility,” by Rob Speck, Vice President of Services at K2, focuses on what causes and drives process innovation, includes examples of organizations that have done this, and analyzes their return on investment (ROI).
Tags : business processes, agility, business process transformation, process excellence, networking, software development, it management, wireless
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By: K2     Published Date: Jan 07, 2016
When driving any major change within an organization, strategy and execution are intrinsic to a project’s success. Nevertheless, closing the gap between strategy and execution remains a challenge for many organizations, as explored in a recent Process Excellence Network report: “Shift Business Excellence Into High Gear: Drive Strategic Performance Through Process Excellence.” Companies tend to focus more on execution than strategy for quick results, instead of taking the time needed to understand the parts that make up the whole, so the right execution plan can be put in place to deliver the best outcomes. A large part of closing this gap is understanding that business operations don’t fit neatly within the traditional organizational hierarchy. Business processes are often messy, collaborative efforts that span people, departments and systems, making them difficult to manage within a hierarchical structure. Business process management (BPM) helps by redefining an organization accordin
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