Books Slideshow: Business Process Management: Ten Bold Predictions

By Dennis McCafferty  |  Posted 04-19-2012

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World events such as population growth, war, and globalization will eliminate the five-year business cycle and accelerate need for real-time solutions.

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Organizations will recognize the need to tame information anxiety via more effective use of BPM.

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A strong push for both "top down" and "bottom up" organizational direction will enable employees at all levels to empower themselves via BPM.

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Companies will see BPM as a reputation enhancer.

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Product distribution will become more complex, requiring better management tools.

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Increased regulation will encourage transparency into internal processes.

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A mergers and acquisitions boom will cause execs to seek out ways to create consistency.

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Domination of BYOD culture will change the way CIOs manage IT and maximize the business value of tech.

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Escalation of cost competition and speed-to-market concerns will force companies to innovate.

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Retirement of valuable personnel will inspire organizations to capture their knowledge before they walk out the door.

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