BPM Quotes of the Week - Feb. 28

“Organizations need to take a good look at their 'end to end' processes that support excellent customer experiences. Processes are the welcome mat for your organization.”
Jim Sinur

“Process mining bridges traditional process analysis techniques like modeling (which are not based on data) and data-driven techniques like data mining (which are not process-oriented).”
Flux Capacitor

From the BPM Forum

“Technology rarely drives organizational change. Organizations must make the difficult choices necessary to compress their cycle times and institutionalize innovation, and only then will tools like ours reach their maximum potential in such organizations.”
Jason Bloomberg

“Adaptive Case Management allows people to organize and work in ways that are not formally recognized. Instead, the real organization emerges from the group of people working together, they way that real organization has always emerged before people starting thinking it was a good idea to formalize it.”
Keith Swenson

“The ability to learn faster than your competitors may be the only sustainable competitive advantage.”
Phillip Rhodes

“It's mostly a matter of not confusing the role of somebody who can design processes with the role of somebody who can design a UI.”
E. Scott Menter

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