Regardless of what it is called, the fundamental purpose of Process Excellence remains the same: it is about systematically improving the way work gets done in our organisations. Information technology has increasingly played a role, automating repetitive processes, reducing human error, and enabling entirely new ways of working.
Traditional methods of process excellence remain relevant to confront the challenges of the twenty-first century. But with the rise of IT and the increasing competitive and market pressures upon businesses, how does process excellence need to adapt?
This report, based on a survey of over 900 process professionals
provides insight into:
The latest Process Excellence Whitepaper, provided through the Process Excellence Network, with the support of K2.