Discipline Structure and Effectiveness: Business Process Management

 

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  • July 15, 2013
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More organizations use hybrid models for their business process management disciplines than centralized or decentralized models. However, organizations using centralized models perceive this structure to be highly effective in higher numbers than those using other structures. Over 20 percent of organizations still use decentralized business process management models, and a vast majority of organizations have no plans to change structures in the near future.

Business process management functions include procedure identification, documentation, management, measuring, monitoring, and improvement. An organization’s ability to tell whether or not its processes are being properly managed requires an identified and standardized measurement procedure. Those organizations decentralizing business process management would do well to consider the benefits of centralizing the discipline.

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