BPM Voices: The case for a Center of Excellence approach to BPM adoption

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Marc Fasbinder

Date archived: November 22, 2016 | First published: September 29, 2011

So, you've purchased a business process management (BPM) product, and you're looking for how best to roll it out and get it adopted across your enterprise. What's the best way to organize? How do you get things started? How do you get the best value out of your investment? In this column, I'll present several approaches for BPM adoption and make the case for the Center of Excellence model.

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