Often, the hardest part of bringing business process improvement (BPI) to life in an organization is in building a compelling case to get the initiative up and running.
In this paper, Craig Reid provides a structured approach to building a compelling case for business process improvement (BPI) that will get staff at all levels of the organization involved and motivated to make the change a success.
It is intended to be used as a practical guide for Process Analysts, Change Managers and Business Architects to get buy-in to a programme of organizational change.
In summary the whitepaper details:
- Why you need a compelling case
- A nine step pathway to ensuring business process improvement initiatives obtain the necessary commitment to ensure success.
Process is not an Island - Why you need a Compelling Case
In every organisation there are a multitude of projects, programmes and initiatives being pushed by different sponsors at any one time. So how do you get your BPI initiatives noticed, sponsored and implemented ahead of the pack?
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