Process Unification

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Increasingly organisations are looking to consolidate, simplify and streamline their processes.  Often multiple versions of very similar processes exist, and there can be benefit in bringing those processes together.  Yet when we do so we may face resistance.  In this article, Adrian Reed outlines an approach for creating a common, unified process, and discusses the importance of using a shared notation.

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