Business Process Improvement (BPI) is an organized and structured approach used by businesses to improve their business process modeling technique. This ensures that organizations can achieve more effective and productive results because their business models accurately match the processes they represent. The journey between the current (AS-IS) status of the company to the progressing TO-BE outcome needs to be defined and is key to every BPI.
With this paper I would like to share some of the experiences I gained when implementing BPI in an organization. It is not my purpose to write a theoretical paper about BPI methodology, but to give 10 practical tips which may help everyone working on a BPI initiative, whether they are Business Analysts, Project Managers, Process Owners or Line Managers. Often I have seen such initiatives fail because one or more tips, described in this paper, were not taken into account.
Please login to continue reading or register to download and read these top 10 tips.