Business Process Management: Making It Personal ARDEC Case Study



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  • May 1, 2007
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When implementing process management, it is easy to overlook the employees who do the work associated with the day-to-day execution of the process. This case study discusses how ARDEC focused on its employees and developed a common understanding of process, created common goals, and integrated process into its strategic initiatives. As a result, this best-practice organization not only has successful process management methods, but it also has employees who support the program.

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