Business Process Management (BPM) is an important part of many organizations. Many experts agree that BPM is not only important for business operations, it is a necessary component for handling change. There can be changes in assignments, changes in back-end systems and changes in workflow are just some examples. However when changes occur, it has been up to IT to implement and up to the business managers to manage the fallout. We all know change is painful, and the more we can place change control in the hands of the business managers, the better the organization can manage change.
AVIO has developed a framework that gives managers control over changes to their business processes. To see how this works, let’s first characterize the types of changes we typically see within an organization and their business processes.
Business Data Changes
Notice that not all changes involve process changes. Some changes are data-related. Whether process-related or data-related, these changes can cause problems within your organization. Typically, a one-size fits all solution, is applied to the problem. New process versions are developed and deployed, and the business is faced with the fallout. Read the complete article here.
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