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Posted by Alexander Peters, Ph.D. on January 14, 2011
Last month I launched an online self-assessment and survey tool to help you — business process change agents and architects — determine the sustainability of your business process management (BPM) change effort. The source of inspiration for the assessment criteria I used is the conclusion of the Harvard Business School's Evergreen Project.
Evergreen analyzed the impact of 200 different management "best practices" on the performance of 160 business organizations over a time period of 10 years. The researchers studied broad areas such as strategy, innovation, and business processes, as well as specific practices, and concluded that organizations that truly produce superior results excel at four fundamental practices:
To date, 124 business process pros have kindly answered my survey. My conclusion? The majority of organizations are not ready for sustainable BPM change. A few data points supporting this:
The survey is still open, but I plan to close it at the beginning of next week. If you wish to assess your organization, please take a few minutes to get your maturity score. Your responses will be kept strictly confidential and will only be examined in aggregate with the others who complete this survey. If you identify yourself with your email address and provide valid answers to all questions, you will receive the survey results. The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.
Thank you very much for your participation!
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