I’m a Process Tragic!

Roger Tregear in his first BPTrends Column on Practical Process asked “As you go through your day, do you find yourself mentally redesigning the processes at the supermarket, airport, theatre and most other places you go?”

Yes, that’s me. I can join the club, I’m a Process Tragic!

In this article Roger describes his interest in process-based management, a passion that I share. I have spent many hours developing a message to describe the process centric view of management behaviour.  Sometimes I find someone who grasps the concepts and is enthusiastic, more often confusion or disagreement is the result.

Roger suggests that we need to build a body of knowledge about the compelling reasons why organisations would benefit from adopting a process-based culture.

I have my own Compelling Reason Body of Knowledge to build, to strengthen my message and help organisational managers not only get enthusiastic, but influence them to join the club!

Let me know if you are a process tragic (or would like to be convinced). There are plenty of us around – another Craig is a good example, the Process Ninja.

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3 Responses to I’m a Process Tragic!

  1. Thanks for the mention – and yes, I can confirm I am a total process tragic!!!

  2. Thanks Craig, you’re welcome. Also enjoyed your follow-up article on the Supermarket Template, if only we were all that organised!

  3. RaiulBaztepo says:

    Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
    PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language 😉
    See you!
    Your, Raiul Baztepo

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