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Plan-Do-Check-Act Model: The Deming Wheel for Process Planning

Posted by Brenda Lopez on 18/04/18 09:50

For many organizations, the idea of quality is a top priority; but the application needs to be more than a concept or value. Deming knew this when he created the Plan-Do-Check-Act model - a wheel of continuous improvement that placed quality at the heart of business efficiency and optimization.

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Topics: Process Improvement

Visio Process Mapping: Getting a Visio Compatible Process Management System

Posted by Michael Cousins on 11/04/18 11:43

Let's talk Visio process mapping. especially for newcomers to the process improvement game, process mapping can be rather intimidating. However, it does not necessarily have to be that way. With the Triaster Process Navigator, a Business Process Management tool, it is possible to use the Microsoft Visio file format as its native file format - this means you can easily transfer your existing or future Visio process maps to a business process management system without any trouble at all and use the same tools you would find with Microsoft Visio process mapping.

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Topics: Process Improvement, Process Mapping

The Dangers of Business Process Optimization: An Analysis

Posted by Brad Fagan on 04/04/18 14:39

Business process optimization in an organization is certainly a double-edged sword. It is both imperative to growth and staying relevant in an ever-changing business environment, and dangerous if not handled correctly.

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Topics: Process Improvement

How a Process Library Can Solve Business Efficiency Problems

Posted by Brad Fagan on 29/03/18 12:14

If your organisation is having business efficiency problems or you just want to improve what you already have, you need to consider getting a process library. This ensures that employees are performing the same process using the same process methods. A great misnomer in business today is that efficiency problems owe largely to a lack of employee engagement but if you don't have a standard way of working, the same task will be performed 10 different ways by 10 different people.

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Topics: Process Improvement, BPM

 Becoming an Organisational Change Guy or Change Lady

Posted by Alan Cay Culler on 27/03/18 12:27

So you want to know how to influence organisational change? I think that the first time I was called the “change guy,” it was a thinly-veiled insult. “OK everybody listen up. This is Alan; he’s the change guy. He’s gonna help us change.” The implication was that management had hired me and I was there to change a recalcitrant workforce. Of course, that’s nonsense. It is impossible to change someone else. That’s one of the reasons the divorce rate is as high as it is.

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Topics: Process Improvement

Process Model VS Process Simulation: What's the Difference?

Posted by Michael Cousins on 22/03/18 12:07

Risk often stops professionals from attempting to implement continual improvement initiatives but understanding how to implement a business analysis process model and run it through a business process simulation, before you ever take an actual change step in the 'real world', can give you the confidence (and your management the confidence) to start implementing real change in your organisation.

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Topics: Process Improvement

10 Ways to Reduce Waste With Lean Continuous Improvement

Posted by Emma Harris on 13/03/18 15:55

When trying to implement Lean continuous improvement projects, quality managers often ask themselves how to cut waste effectively in their organisation. Unsurprisingly, wasteful processes may slow down efficiency - consequently costing a business time and money.

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Topics: Process Improvement, BPM

How Will Process Mapping Help an Enterprise Resource Planning System?

Posted by Lynn Dudenhoefer on 07/03/18 11:42

Getting the implementation of an ERP system right is a complex project. Process Mapping is often used to help streamline this development and to ensure that the resulting Enterprise Resource Planning system supports the business, rather than the other way round.

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Topics: Process Improvement, Process Mapping

How this Successful Process Improvement Example Resulted in £350k Savings [Infographic]

Posted by Lynn Dudenhoefer on 27/02/18 12:15

Successful process improvement examples are often hard to come by. Tangible information about real-life savings remains difficult to access. Many businesses refrain from sharing their Process Management results, leading to a lack of transparency in terms of monetary savings within the continual improvement market.

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Topics: Increasing ROI, Process Improvement

Triaster Business Process Management Review: Customer Satisfaction Survey

Posted by Jo Dolton on 20/02/18 10:41

Over the past year or so, Triaster has introduced a new method of assessing customer satisfaction. Essentially, we are working to align the level of customer satisfaction with the things that are most important to our customers. That's why we  are now compiling customised Business Process Management reviews, that allow us to understand our customers' satisfaction against their expressed satisfaction criteria which enables us to deliver the best BPM platform and services we can.

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Topics: Process Improvement

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