Regardless of initial willingness to pursue business process management and a host of major opportunities for improvement, business leaders could do well to hold back and focus instead on a few projects that will deliver highly visible success.

Early, visible, concrete project success is especially important to the long-term acceptance of BPM as a valuable discipline. There are seven key factors that organizations need to observe when selecting a BPM project to pursue. Additionally, several other practices related to attitudes and management style can be equally important to ultimate success. Compliance with these guidelines will translate into a very high probability of project success and a major boost for business interest in adopting BPM as a program.

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