sponsored by IBM
Posted:  25 Nov 2013
Published:  25 Nov 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  10  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

When it comes to business process management (BPM), Tina Nunno, Gartner vice president and distinguished analyst says, "The very nature of change triggers a political minefield.” Organizational politics plays a significant role in BPM, where projects may fail if they hit internal challenges, hurdles, or opposition.

Nunno claims that in order for a BPM project to be successful, there are several "landmines" to avoid. Consult this expert e-guide for an in-depth look at the four landmines Nunno cites, and how to avoid them:

  • Resources
  • Control
  • Status
  • Belief





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