Marathon Oil Corporation: APQC's Process Classification Framework in Action



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  • March 5, 2010
  • Author:
  • Michelle Cowan
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  • 7
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This classic case study looks at how Marathon Oil Corporation implemented APQC's Process Classification Framework across the enterprise to aid in content management, risk management, and benchmarking. Learn how Marathon has customized the PCF so that its process hierarchy matches the reality of its work and also facilitates benchmarking.

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Good information. It might

Good information. It might be helpful to remember that artifacts are required to "say what you do, do what you say, and prove it." Formally approved artifacts compose the lifecycle baseline of your process(es). Glad to see that you are focusing on budget and training so often "overlooked" as the primary means of "buy in."

Karen Dixon

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