I have posted a number of blogs exploring how to describe what XMPro is. But I tend to continue to be dissatisfied with my explanations. Sometimes the answers you are looking for are so close they could bite.
I recently had the pleasure of meeting and talking to the CIO of a multi-national company about his future needs. He was sure that he had no need for BPM because if he did he would use the ERP workflow!
We have a dog at home, a cairn terrier. The kids love him and he seems to like them, no one bitten yet. The trouble with terriers is that they are runners. When you open the front door, if you don’t have a good grip on him he bolts down the driveway and disappears.
A couple of weeks ago I was standing around at a BBQ with the rest of the men drinking beer and watching the host burn the meat. Anyway, as usual with new acquaintances I found myself in the “so what do you do for a crust?” conversation.
In a previous post, I sought to be able to explain XMPro; simply, without the techno speak, and how it can make a positive difference to your business. I spent last weekend walking a portion of the Great North Walk. This was my opportunity to refine my explanations of XMPro.
Professional Advantage implements and services a business process management (BPM) solution from XMPro. But can I easily explain what XMPro does for an organisation to a CEO who is not a black belt, triple degree BPM expert? No.
How can we begin to understand how effectively processes are taking place in the business? This blog discusses a process design methodology which addresses the design by first capturing and analysing how people do the process.
I always enjoy John Jeston’s articles and his recent post at BPM Trends is no different. With decades of experience and two excellent “how to” books under his belt, John has a great way of getting his message across without resorting to too much jargon and tech speak.
This is a telling question for people wanting to get operational improvements into their business. By asking this one single question we can tell how to best help people. However the conversation invariably starts with “what’s the difference?”
Our “Art of War – Strategic Battle Plans for Successful SharePoint ROI” seminars last Thursday in Sydney and Friday in Melbourne struck a common chord…