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Change Management in the Process and Content Arenas: Let the Games Begin

It's a long time since I began equating change management to parenting , and boiled the challenge down to “getting people to do things they would really prefer not to do” – clean their rooms, eat their vegetables, tag their documents, save to a repository, etc

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BPM: Understanding Organizational Culture

It will inherently change the way things are done and how people work, so in that light, you must plan for the change

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Reimagining the Reengineering Dilemma

The most difficult aspect of these changes, as alluded to by Schumacher, MacGibbon, and Collins, is to make meaningful changes -- and not just shuffle the chairs

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Enterprise 2.0 is a journey, not a big jump

One of the biggest changes brought by enterprise 2.0 is the ability for employees to identify each other, build communties where they could share their experience, solve problems and seamlessly improve their skills

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Ensure Organizational Efficiency in Financial Services through Workflow

Implement The implementation phase rolls out the changes that have been made to the organization's processes...Communication and change management are the keys to successful implementation of new workflow processes. 4

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It Came From The Cloud

While this seems like a simple thing to do, it is also a change in the way the organization conducts business and how content enters its processes

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Collaboration and Process Standardization for Better Business Results

Cloud computing and the ever-increasing mobile phone usage are radically changing the dynamics of work...And then, there’s the changing market landscape as well

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BPM is a Team Sport

So in this scenario, it may be reasonable to include members of those departments on the project team to provide insight as to how the project will change how they interact with sales

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