Date Added: Jul 2011
Companies are moving beyond business process management (BPM) projects and this IBM white paper explains requirements and examples of how to expand them into larger-scale BPM programmes.
BPM projects can be expanded to repeat and replicate their process improvement successes that span a wider range of the business. BPM programmes bring with them new requirements to enable scalability well beyond the normal requirements of a typical BPM project. A BPM programme consists of a series of follow-on process projects, which are usually adjacent in scope to the initial deployments.
This white paper cites a project-to-programme case study and explains how to handle the scale, how to communicate to stakeholders, and ultimately implement the BPM programme.