Role Definition and Organizational Structure: Business Process Improvement
Published: 06 July 2006
Michael James Melenovsky
The growing focus on improving business processes has led IT leadership to rethink organizational structures and craft more-proactive process-enabling roles. Becoming process-driven has far-reaching effects on organizational staffing, governance, skills, methods and disciplines.
Table Of Contents
- Business Process Improvement Role Definition
- Business Process Director
- Business Process Consultant
- Business Process Architect
- Business Process Analyst
- Job Titles and Related Relationships
- The Business Process Improvement Organizational Structure
- Project-Based, IT-Driven Business Process Improvement Roles
- Project-Based, Business-Driven Business Process Improvement Roles
- Continuous Improvements in IT-Driven Business Process Improvement Roles
- Continuous Improvements in Business-Driven Business Process Improvement Roles
- Characteristics of World-Class Business Process Improvement Staffing Structures
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