BPM Summer Camp 1: Team Dynamics in BPM Projects

81 mins
In the first episode in the series, "Team Dynamics in BPM Projects: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Forced Marriage," Active Endpoints CTO Michael Rowley and industry analyst, blogger and BPM expert Sandy Kemsley take a look at the opportunities and potholes that occur when the introduction of BPM necessitates new kinds of interdepartmental interactions. They explore questions including "What makes a good BPM implementation team?"; "Who do I need to involve to be successful with BPM?" and "Is a BPM center of excellence something we have to do to be successful?"

   




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