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“I had a programming background and needed to see the bigger picture in the health care organization where I was working. Shelley's teaching was very good, she was approachable, and had a wealth of stories that I could benefit from.

I got really pumped up from the class. I realized that I needed to get more information up front to build improved processes. I had a new way of identifying roadblocks in processes and had methods to redesign processes to make them more effective. I saw that I had to take responsibility for influencing improvements vs. depending on others. In just three days after I got back to the office, I identified why an installation project had been floundering for several months, took action, and moved the project along!”

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Write Your Own Lottery Ticket – Building Innovative BPM Redesigns

lottery ticket and pen

What if you could write your own lottery ticket? Well, you would surely write one that would be a winner! And that’s exactly what I recommend doing when the process improvement team gets to the redesign phase. Create a wining process redesign!

Up until this point the team has been doing left brain activity, documenting […]

Top Ten Rules for Redesign of BPM Processes

redesign

Well, this is the really fun part! After doing the charter, modeling current state process diagrams, collecting customer and internal quantitative data, and applying the critical analytical techniques, it is time to shift to the right side of the brain and creatively build the new redesigned process.

It’s helpful to begin with a one page […]