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How would you establish Business Process Improvement practice.


Hi, The COO of a company with 200+ employees wants to initiate the Business Process Improvement practices. They are a disruptor/challenger in the financial industry and have never had a team of pr.

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Links for process improvement

Consultants' Consultant

A way to risk-proof any improvement options: The pre-mortem Make it personal: BPR your life (I […]. The post Links for process improvement appeared first on Consultants' Consultant. – email me for a copy of the Quick and Easy Guide to Documenting What you do, which fleshes out those 7.


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Identify Key Stakeholders for Business Process Improvement Projects

Gina Abudi

Given the potential risks and issues involved in managing business process improvement (BPI) projects, it is essential that project managers identify early on who are the key stakeholders who can, and must, support the BPI project.

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Get Input into Business Process Improvement Projects

Gina Abudi

Reaching out to employees to get input into business process improvement projects enables for a number of benefits for both the organization and the employees. Consider that business process improvement projects are not easy to implement! Even what appears to be a simple initiative – involving only [.].

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Guest Post: The importance of employee engagement in process improvement

Asamby Consulting


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Building World Class Resource Management Capabilities: A 6-Part Process Improvement Plan

Management and IT Consulting

In part 1 of this 2-part blog series, Randy Mysliviec, Managing Director of The Resource Management Institute (RMI) uncovers the first half of a 6-part plan to pave the way for optimized resource management.

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How AI Fits into Lean Six Sigma

Harvard Business

AI already is being used in some areas of process improvement, and the usage of this technology — including generative AI — promises to grow. That’s because it can perform tasks faster and much less expensively than humans alone. But it will never fully replace people — and that poses management challenges.