In today's global economy, competition is marked by the need to innovate. Innovation is a requirement regardless of whether a company is manufacturing or service based. However, within those requirements lies the need for governance that can adapt with innovations.

Governance is concerned with verifying and validating the value and effectiveness of processes in terms of productivity and enterprise strategy. The productivity and profitability of organizations depend on the efficacy of their business processes.1 Workflow governance is concerned with processes requiring human resources executed in accordance with a prescribed set of rules and ensuring these processes are valuable, productive and effaceable.

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