Tweet Updated and republished. Craig Reid posted a great write-up about customer on-boarding this week that I think is a good read covering some of the usual issues plaguing the old customer on-boarding process.
[ Dec 30, 13 ]
Tweet Craig Reid posted a great write-up about customer on-boarding this week that I think is a good read covering some of the usual issues plaguing the old customer on-boarding process.
[ Dec 19, 13 ]
Tweet Even as the enterprise IT landscape evolved over the past decades, markets, economy, and technology forces have affected key considerations that dominate and influence annual IT budgets. The nature and the unique mix of these forces, in any given year, have correspondingly triggered a rather unique set of influencers shaping IT budgets. We […]
[ Dec 7, 13 ]
Tweet When, during a vendor presentation, the PowerPoint section separator mentions ‘Key Case Studies’ or something like that, you do one
[ Dec 7, 13 ]
Tweet When a good friend and I exchanged a few tweets back and forth the other day, it began like the usual exchange of views over news items that the #bpm timeline throws up once in a frequent while. But the ‘twonversation’ with my twitter counterpart – a venerable thinker in technology, particularly BPM […]
[ Sep 8, 13 ]
Tweet All this Business Process Management talk is getting boring. And clichéd. Blogs. Forums. Communities. White papers. Analyst calls. Product vendor presentations. Webinars. Analyst events. One-on-one meetings. Gardens. Roof tops.
[ Jul 10, 12 ]
Tweet Very thought provoking question on the ebizQ forum today: “What is the biggest barrier to companies starting a BPM project?”
[ Jun 29, 12 ]
Tweet I think there is a need for this thing called Agility in your organization. You agree? You do? OK. I had a feeling you would. It is a burning need, no? Third degree, even. Now let me ask you this. Of all those people in your organization – CXOs, Business users, process owners, compliance […]
[ Mar 16, 12 ]
Tweet BPM should be about exercising and asserting your firms business priorities, along its lines of control. Especially lines at the top and the bottom.
[ Jan 13, 11 ]
Tweet If you follow the BPM market, you would agree that the expectations today from BPM have seen a change from what it was a few years ago.
[ Oct 20, 10 ]
Tweet The recession may have started to ease up, but the pressure on CEOs to get more competitive and drive growth will continue. Alongside that, the need to keep a closer watch on expenditure is likely to also continue for sometime. This is particularly true about IT investments – something that took quite a big […]
[ Dec 5, 09 ]