The LoneStar Business Process Analyst team will work with you to identify and map the various processes in your organization’s workflow. However, continuous business process management is not an outside job— it is a practice that must be enculturated into your organization. Depending on the type of organization we are working with, BPM can involve various combinations of process modeling, control, automation, and measurement; with the objective of optimizing business workflows, in support of your enterprise goals.
Business Process Management
— A Concise Explanation
Business Process Management (BPM) is a daily practice – it is not a one and done check-off item.
- Business implies your organization engages in commercially viable work that provides value to customers profitably.
- Process is the flow of interdependent business activities as they relate to the realization of some business objective. A Business Process Analyst must consider the metrics of the entire system when evaluating a specific process.
- Management is the practice of proactively aligning interrelated processes with the organization’s strategic goals, developing and implementing process architectures, establishing process measurement systems that align with organizational goals, then educating and organizing stakeholders and managers so that they will manage processes effectively. Management also emphasizes the ability of workflow automation to control process flows and measure defined processes.