Gartner Research

Business Process Management's Success Hinges on Business-Led Initiatives

Published: 26 July 2005

ID: G00129411

Analyst(s): Michael James Melenovsky

Summary

Organizations that had the most-successful BPM initiatives spent more than 40 percent of the initial project time on process discovery. Establish core team responsibilities, select the right tools and use an iterative method to create a process model that supports ever-changing business conditions.

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