BPinPM.net Study Results: Change Management becomes more and more important in BPM

Results of the BPinPM.net Study 2013 show an impressive increase of current and future importance of “Change Management in the context of BPM”. This topic jumped from a midfield position in 2011 right into the top cluster of our latest BPM survey and therefore is nominated as promising candidate for the upcoming Best Practices in Process Management Workshops 2014.

Along this, five other topics which were already discussed within 2012/2013 best practice workshops made it again into the top cluster (Cluster 1) of the survey. Continue reading “BPinPM.net Study Results: Change Management becomes more and more important in BPM”

Invitation to check the process management fitness of our organization’s culture

Have you ever thought about the fitness of your organizational culture with regards to business process management?

A few weeks ago, I received an invitation via Xing to participate in an online survey developed by process management experts of University of Liechtenstein and Queensland University of Technology. The tool analyzes the organizational culture and presents the results in an individual report at the end of the survey. Continue reading “Invitation to check the process management fitness of our organization’s culture”

Video and slides of Best Practice in Process Management survey results

We are proud to announce the first BPinPM.net video, today!

This is the first video of a series that we’ve started to produce to publish the results of our Best Practice in Process Management workshops.

Within this video, we present the results of the survey we’ve performed as basis for the workshops. Target of the survey was to create an overview about the interests in key aspects of process management and to identify the experts of the particular topics.

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Summary of results of Best Practice in Process Management survey

The identification of Best Practice within the area of process management and the exchange of experience between process management experts from different organizations are the targets of cooperation between the department of Information Systems at Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg of Professor Dr. Tim Weitzel and Lufthansa Technik AG.

As basis for the identification of Best Practice,  following four sub-areas of process management were evaluated by process management experts in an online survey in August and September 2011:

  • Operating management system (platform, process modeling, roles, system training, maturity models, acceptance)
  • Governing processes (process targets, enhancement, standardization, compliance)
  • Managing processes (KPIs, risk assessment, audits)
  • Leading people to achieve process targets (training, communication, feedback)

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