Business process management is an approach to understand and improve the productivity and efficiency of repeatable tasks performed in the process of conducting business. Business process managers observe and apply strategies and tactics with tools for modeling, monitoring, measuring and improving discrete and connected business workflows and activities.


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Information Management's DM RadioOptimizing any business boils down to improving processes. That is true in every field, and especially in the burgeoning industry of data science. Without carefully designed, managed and implemented processes, garbage in will result in garbage out. Register for this episode of DM Radio to hear Host Eric Kavanagh interview process guru Kiran Garimella, author of The Power of Process, as well as Scott Menter of BP Logix, Patrick Husting of TIBCO, Dr. Alexander Gray of Skytree and special guest host Dr. Geoffrey Malafsky of the PSIKORS Institute.
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