Compass and Map

When it comes to documenting and understanding processes, there are three core tools organizations use: frameworks, maps, and models. However, there is often little clarity around the differences between these three tools and they can often be used interchangeably. So, how does one clarify the difference between these tools and understand which one is right for the job?


When people think of BPM programs their heads are immediately filled with visions of whiteboards and process mapping workshops. Which is fair, discovery and process standardization work is often the initial impetus for why BPM programs get started. Its from that foundation of standardized and documented processes that BPM teams can drive strategic support and valuable improvements.

Ultimate Guide

People hate changes as they eliminate the habitual processes they are used to. They lose control, and uncertainty looms close. If not carefully handled, organizational changes may slow down every other aspect of the business. But change is inevitable, especially in business where it often boosts profitability.

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