The core of BPM's claim is that it single-handedly delivers the trifecta: lower cost, ensure quality, and increase revenue.The core of [insert methodology, software or technology]'s claim is that it single-handedly delivers the trifecta: lower cost, ensure quality, and increase revenue. There, I fixed it for you Other than that, yes, I disagree with you. (but still upvoted) I will leave just one example off the top of my mind - growth hacking is proven to increase web start-up revenues when executed correctly. Correct execution means: formulation of growth hypotheses -> planning cohort size and timing --> coding (and the whole software development process required) --> A/B testing of hypotheses --> learning from outcome of A/B testing --> implementation of findings in final version of software. Oops, looks like I just described a business process (and its management).
Myths about Business Process Management:
Only big companies should worry about business process management.
Process management is too complex.
Training staff on business process management will be time consuming.
The value added to my company by using business process management would be negligible.
BPM is only for complex processes and large businesses
BPM solutions are expensive