Adaptation Increases Relevancy

 

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A process framework is a means of grouping processes into appropriately related categories. Because process frameworks are based on what’s accurate for most organizations, they tend to require refinement for industry or regional differences. Organizations may change terms to reflect their terminology and, matching activities to how they accomplish work. Best-practice organizations understand that process frameworks require adjustment to fit their needs. This is a best-practice article extracted from the best practices report: Best Practices in Process Frameworks

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