Amid all the bells and rings of the 21st century, one thing that remains constant is that of “Quality Work”. No matter how organizations change, there’ll be always a value for exceptional work.
For an organization to perform well, the business processes need to be in place and for that, you need a Business Process Management system.
If I would have asked you, “What’s Business Process Management?”, what would you’ve answered?
Trying to define it still? I’ll help you.
In the simplest manner possible, Business Process Management is primarily a philosophy about the people working in an organization, the way they work together and the performance objectives that these processes underpin. At the same time, it’s the technology used to make this vision a reality.
A Business Process Management sets apart where there is a continuous drive of performance improvement and that’s exactly what I’m going to discuss with you today.
With the advent of Digital workplaces in the organizations, it is important that we define our business process management in the correct fashion possible. The flow of information is a part of your business process but when in a digital workplace, it can be achieved better.
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Staying networked with your teammates, having a proper content repository and knowledge flow across various departments, is what your business process management aims for
Your digital workplace is a part of your BPM Technology and you ought to set it right for improved collaboration, employee engagement, and customer satisfaction. Digital workplaces have significantly reduced paperwork and allowed employees to work even from remote areas.
Organizations are using Intranets as their digital workplaces. But, again are these Intranets redefining Business Processes to achieve greater success?
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