Monthly Archives: May 2013

Can your processes get to be TOO good?

The goal of process management is to improve process.  Let’s say you are successful at putting in place a process improvement practice.  Can there be too much of a good thing?  Experts are saying that it can be.

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Is Lisbon the place for Business Process Innovation?

Alberto Manuel pushed the boundaries of business process support in his new conference in Lisbon Portugal on April 18, 2013.  It was not the typical rehashing of “this standard, that formalism, see the life-cycle, marvel at the sophisticated architecture diagrams”. … Continue reading

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Is Micromanagement a necessary part of BPM?

This tidbit of advice (in a list among others) was sent around to managers at my company recently: Stop micromanaging. Micromanagement is a sign of mistrust. You hired them for a reason. If you don’t trust they will get the … Continue reading

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