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Risk and Cost

In part two from the podcast, BPM Managing Editor Peter Schooff and MWD Advisors' Neil Ward-Dutton discuss what is at stake if a company ignores BPM in this a digitally changed business culture.

 BPM Landscape

In this excerpt from the podcast, BPM Managing Editor Peter Schooff and MWD Advisors' Neil Ward-Dutton discuss the ever changing BPM market skyline and what we can expect in the 12 months to come.

Impact

BPM Managing Editor Peter Schooff and former Gartner VP Jim Sinur continue their dialogue, discussing how disruption impacts business processes.

Digital Disruption

In this excerpt from the podcast, BPM Managing Editor Peter Schooff and former Gartner VP Jim Sinur discuss Digital Disruption, changing business models, and the need to adapt to a new era.

AI

The history of the Process Improvement field is a storied one with anchors in quality and risk management as well as in the lean movements which focus on efficiency. The evolution of the space has included the maturation of frameworks, methodologies, languages and notations. The complexities now prevalent in any process improvement activity are a clear indicator of the need for a democratizing solution – one that allows everyone to participate in the building of new processes without the need for technological savvy.

Go Deep vs. Go Wide Strategy

Virtually every company becomes caught by the business process idea, sooner or later. The BPM promises – sales up! costs down! unprecedented agility! – make people eager to implement the “BPM thing” as soon as possible, if not yesterday