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Scaling BPM Adoption: From Project to Program with IBM Business Process Manager by Jonas Zahn, Wim Peeters, Dennis Parrott, Fahad Osmani, Guy Lipof, Ines Lehmann, Flournoy Henry, Lisa Dyer

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Planning a BPM project
The promise of BPM is business agility. Business agility is important in a climate of constant change. Changes come from different sources both internal and external to your company, including changes in the market, customers, competitors, climate, politics, and regulations. A successful organization is one that is empowered with the agility to respond to change.
 
Estimating and scoping: If you are reading this chapter because you have an immediate need to learn how to estimate and scope a project, go to 4.3, “Estimating ...

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