The Promise of BPM Collaboration

April 25, 2007

“Plays well with others,” and perhaps sometimes, “Doesn’t play well with others,” were comments that I remember from report cards growing up, with the more negative evaluation coming the same year I spent dealing (not terribly effectively) with a boy named Thomas who spent the majority of the year following me around and imitating everything that I did. After a while, that kind of behavior can get on your nerves.
However, these types of evaluations can also be applied to enterprise BPM projects (as well as many other types of projects). The more effectively the business, IT and project participants can “play well with others,” the more likely the BPM solution will be effective and productive.

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