Tag Archives: Requirements Management

7: Be visual, document less, automate more

7: Be visual, document less, automate more. BPMS tools that need programmers are a thing of the last century. Today’s best in class tools are very visual and easy to understand even by non-technical users. Ensure that you use the … Continue reading

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6: Humans think, machines do

6: Humans do the thinking and systems do the work. Nothing is stranger in an automated process to see a task assigned to a user that requires them to go online to another system, obtain some data, enter it into … Continue reading

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5: Set alerts and make sure you get them

5: Set alerts and have them sent to you. As more and more users come online to your system there will be increasing numbers of questions, issues and problems. If you hare setting threshold alerts for user managers make sure … Continue reading

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4: Baseline, instrument, monitor, report and repeat

4: Baseline, instrument, monitor, report, repeat.  “If you can’t measure it you can’t manage it” goes the saying. From the outset it is important to have key metrics about the current system. There will be detractors who will say “it … Continue reading

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3: The Process Change Process

3: The Process Change Process. Once you start to roll out the BPMS you will find that the fertile minds of the users will start to suggest improvement and request new features. From the outset ensure that you have a … Continue reading

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