BPM Quotes of the Week - December 8, 2015

“Process doesn’t limit creativity. It enables it to flourish.”
-Jess Scheer

“The ability to digitally reimagine the business is determined in large part by a clear digital strategy supported by leaders who foster a culture able to change and invent the new. While these insights are consistent with prior technology evolutions, what is unique to digital transformation is that risk taking is becoming a cultural norm as more digitally advanced companies seek new levels of competitive advantage.”
-MIT Sloan

“Looking at the business from architect's perspective, we don't care about processes and cases - it's business capabilities what counts. Whether we are capable of doing something or not - this what counts; how we achieve it - by process or case work - is the secondary issue.”
-Anatoly Belaychuk

From the BPM Forum

“BPM will again be the unsung hero driving the effective operations that are required to make companies in the new ‘digitized world’ even possible; quietly behind the scenes. However, brash, pushy CRM will again take all the credit...BPM is the COO and CRM is the CEO.”
-Ian Gotts

“Real-time process mining will heavily influence information design in operational reports.”
-Bogdan Nafornita

“BPM’s future must lie with the underlying power of the supporting software to work directly with users to enable quick build and easy change. ‘No code’ capability must now drive software and iy must be at the ‘enterprise level.’”
-David Chassels

“We're already beginning to find the concept of implementing and deploying a truly end-to-end process is somewhat quaint given the pace of change within organizations and their partner ecosystems. The challenge has gone from optimizing one process to optimizing a swarm of collaborating processes.”
-John Reynolds

“Plan for at least 70% of your business processes to be unstable. Or else you are dead.”
-Keith Swenson

“Successful products are those who take advantage of automation experience of his developers, to simplify automation. This simplification leads to functional users (no techies) to model and automate processes, and that leads to agility, which could lead to flexibility if the business requires it.”
-Juan J. Moreno

“Instead of making business processes unstable (thus reactive) to serve diverse customers, companies have to have a solid Corporate Unified Business Execution (CUBE) platform to provide an individual process for each customer.”
-Dr. Alexander Samarin