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Business Process Management: How to Continually Derive Benefits

Feb 17, 2014
From Advisory Institute

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Business Process Management: How to Continually Derive Benefits
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From the Advice Worth Keeping podcast series
Hosted by Stan Lepeak, global research director,
KPMG LLP Management Consulting
 

The intent behind business process management (BPM) is to orchestrate process management efforts so that visibility into how operation activities are performing may be understood – and transformed for better results.

Many companies launch their first one or two business process management initiatives with great fanfare, but that initial excitement may start to fade as reality sets in.

Anand Sekhar, a director in KPMG's Advisory practice, explains how cost savings and the identification of new opportunities for process improvement can be sustained.

Listeners will gain an understanding of:

  • The key factors that will determine whether business process management will be a success
  • The most common blunders made when tackling BPM projects
  • How BPM can be leveraged beyond the reductions of operational costs to reveal opportunities to increase revenue or drive innovation
  • How to initiate BPM efforts from a local perspective, as well as a global transformative scale

 

Duration: Less than 12 minutes
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This podcast is based on KPMG's article Ten Steps to Continually Derive Benefits From Business Process Management.

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