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Business Process Management Today: Putting theory into practice

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Avoiding BPM Project Hiccups

When it comes to business process management (BPM), there are many pitfalls you could come across that can lead to failure. Organizational politics can come into play, causing initiatives to stall or fail completely as they hit internal challenges, hurdles and opposition.

And with event processing and predictive analytics technologies in the mix, it’s important to stay up-to-date on how best to sidestep the landmines of BPM projects. Read this expert resource today to learn how to avoid BPM project hiccups from key experts in the space and find an analysis on the future of BPM.

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