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Five Things Every PPM Expert Should Know About BPM

Published: 03 December 2008

ID: G00163445

Analyst(s): Audrey Apfel , Bill Rosser


As program and portfolio management has grown and succeeded, there is an emerging opportunity to work more closely with the business process management discipline to add new energy and better IT investment payoff to the PPM achievements.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview
  • Phase 1: Define — Discovery, Metrics and Business Cases
    • BPM Delivers Results
    • Key Insight for PPM
  • Phase 2: Select — Choosing the Right Opportunities to Pursue
    • BPM Finds Hidden Opportunities
    • Key Insight for PPM
  • Phase 3: Execute — Planning, Managing and Coordinating the Projects
    • BPM Boosts All IT Implementation Paths
    • Key Insight for PPM
  • Phase 4: Evaluate — Measuring and Benchmarking Outcomes and Processes
    • BPM Fosters Greater Agility
    • Key Insight for PPM
  • Phase 5: Evolve and Communicate — The Foundational Underpinning
    • BPM Is in the Language of Business
    • Key Insight for PPM
  • Conclusions

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