Enterprise-wide Business Process Management (EBPM)

8 Essential Principles of EBPM

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Leading companies synergize their processes.





Enterprise-wide Business Process Management (EBPM) addresses the pressing need of the modern interconnected enterprise to integrate business process thinking with strategy, systemic innovation, organizational structure and people issues. It requires that managers think systemically about their business and lead and manage accordingly.

Andrew Spanyi, the author of Business Process Management (BPM) is a Team Sport: Play it to Win, suggested 8 essential principles of EBPM.


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① Look at the business from the outside-in, from the customer's perspective, as well as from the inside-out.


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② Tightly integrate strategy with enterprise business processes.


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Articulate strategy to inspire, from the boardroom to the lunchroom.


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Design enterprise business processes to deliver on strategic goals.


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⑤ Ensure that organization design enables enterprise business process execution. Break silo.


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⑥ Deploy enabling technology based on the value added to enterprise business process performance.


Systemic Innovation

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⑦ Hard wire the enterprise performance measurement system to budgets and operating reviews.



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⑧ Sustain focus and alignment.


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