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Getting Started with Business Process Management by Mind Map: Getting Started with Business
Process Management
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Getting Started with Business Process Management

Motivators

Strategy

BMP originates from an organization’s strategy

BPM is in line with organizational goals and objectives

Department heads hold BPM roles

Formal action plans define BPM

Business

BPM originates from opportunities, problems, or regulations

BPM is a focused effort based on business triggers

BPM is aligned with overall business objectives

Process

BPM originates from a business unit manager or process team

BPM is targeted on specific processes

BPM happens on a micro-level within a business unit

Approaches

Under the Radar

Useful for organizations just starting out with BPM

The effort is educational as well as technical

The effort can be pitched as project improvement to not mention BPM

Pilot Project

An organization gives BPM a trial run

There is buy-in from a business unit or department

Success or failure influences an organization's commitment to BPM

Full Implementation

BPM is considered a driver for change and improvement

There is committed executive support

Implementation is planned and long term

This approach often begins with well-supported pilot projects

Business as Usual

BPM carried out by mature organizations

Total commitment from the organization

This approach is rare and usually for process-focused businesses

Deciding on an Approach

What is your motivator?

Do you have executive support?

How much BPM experience does your organization have?

What is your organization's maturity level?

Will BPM affect your customers?

Does a hybrid approach fit you?

Before you Begin

Understand your motivation

Be mindful of possible aproaches

Know your goals

Keep an open mind