BPM guide: Three steps to take project to programme

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.
Provided by: IBM Topic: Enterprise Software Date Added: Jul 2011 Format: PDF

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