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What Does It Mean for a Company to ‘Think BPM’?

Blog: BPM.com - Forum

In a discussion on the BPM business drivers for the year ahead, [url=https://twitter.com/PritimanPanda]Pritiman Panda[/url] brought up that it’s important to ‘Think BPM’. So what does it mean for a company and its employees to ‘Think BPM’?

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  1. It is best to think of a business process as being a flow of tasks with a beginning, middle, and an end. This process will often cross between departments in a large organization. An example of a business process would be organizational expense claims by employees. If an employee is required to spend personal money for a work-related function, there must be a set business process, characterized by a series of steps, that must occur before an employee is reimbursed for their expenses.
    An additional example of a business process management would be hiring and paying personnel.

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