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What is BPM? After a decade of what has often been conflicting and contentious debate over the meaning of “BPM”, we at BPM.com have joined with other industry experts on the establishment of an official and definitive definition of BPM: “Business Process Management (BPM) is a discipline involving any combination of modeling, automation, execution, control, measurement and optimization of business activity flows, in support of enterprise goals, spanning systems, employees, customers and partners within and beyond the enterprise boundaries.” The goal of this effort is to find the definition that closely represents the concept that most people (including both experts and otherwise) have for the term BPM. The goal was not offer judgment on different BPM methods, technologies or products, many of which are discussed on this site.
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Mastering Strategic Management- 1st Canadian Edition The adapting author, Janice Edwards, would like to thank: David Try (Northwest Community College) and Amanda Coolidge (BCcampus) for their encouragement and advice. Additional support for the adaptation was provided by: West Coast Editorial Association The original authors would like to thank the following reviewers. Their insightful feedback and suggestions for improving the material helped us make this a better text: How The Business Analyst Scores with 5 BPM Techniques - Part 1 Business Analysts provide a critical role in organizations. In fact, without this role, Business Owners and Developers must work together in a software project, which can be frustrating to both sides. Indeed, Business Owners may not get what they want and Developers may spend time building functionality that was not needed. OUCH! Why is that?
Elicitation Techniques - BA Framework - Confluence Elicitation involves the actions that are taken to understand the users and discover their needs. Elicitation includes the discovery and some invention, as well as recordig those bits of requirements information that customer representatives and subject matter experts (users) offer to the analyst. Elicitation demands iteration. The participants in an elicitation discussion won't think of everything up front, and their thinking will change as the project continues. Requirements development is an exploratory activity. -Karl E. The Ultimate List of the Best BPM Resources 2013 - PROCESSpedia BPM Community The following BPM resources are considered to be high quality and which don’t require registration or cost money. If you know of a particular resource (not a whole website) let me know in the comments and I will add it to the list. Blogs and Community Blogs PROCESSpedia BPM Community The PROCESSpedia community blog is our own homegrown community. Our aim is to provide fresh content on BPM and provide a space for BPM professionals to contribute their expertise through blogging and a Q&A forum.
Stakeholder Management Adrienne Watt A project is successful when it achieves its objectives and meets or exceeds the expectations of the stakeholders. But who are the stakeholders? Stakeholders are individuals who either care about or have a vested interest in your project. Business Analysis Guidebook Guidebook Introduction This Business Analysis Guidebook is designed to facilitate a consistent approach in the use of the tools and techniques contained within the Business Analyst profession. The primary goal is to provide a simple "how to" guide for new and non-Business Analysts for gathering (eliciting) and documenting business requirements--whether they are at the process, project or enterprise level. The material linked below was initially authored by a group of Business Analyst professionals within NYS Government, and it is hoped that the list of contributors (included in later chapters) will grow. We are currently weaving our content together--so please pardon our duplication and inconsistent formatting. It is our intent to have this material be licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License and the GNU Free Documentation License, both included at the end of this document.