Creating automated workflows in BPM suites has proven to be very difficult in the previous generation of BPM solutions. Yet it can lead to a significant gain in overall productivity. Especially on an Enterprise scale where you need to track processes for many activities simultaneously. This does not always have to be complicated or require long IT implementation processes with easy BPM.
According to a Pew Internet survey, as of September 30, 2013, 73% of online adults use social networking sites. Aside from the intrinsic rewards of self-disclosure, social media presents a host of advantages when done right: meeting like-minded people, community support, staying on top of the latest news and events, lively and thought-provoking discussions, among other things.
It’s great if you are into optimization when it comes to your department. Yet it really makes sense when you think big and use cross-departmental optimization. This is especially the case when it’s so easy with Comindware Tracker to keep your entire department under control and have them working together without any kind of software boundaries like implementation difficulties or difference in formats.
New workflow management functionality in Comindware Tracker maximizes SharePoint investment, with no coding required
[Woburn, Mass.] – February 19, 2014 Comindware, (www.comindware.com), a fast-growing process management software company, today introduced integration of its flagship product, Comindware Tracker®, with Microsoft SharePoint to empower and simplify SharePoint workflow management functionality, without the need for programming. Designed to address functionality weaknesses of the popular document exchange and collaboration system, Comindware’s integration with SharePoint allows organizations to take full advantage of Comindware Tracker’s workflow automation capabilities within an already familiar interface.
Are your employees feeling genuine interest in their current activities? Are they satisfied with what they have done and what are currently doing? If you have answered ‘Yes’ to both of these questions, you’ve definitely built a good team. And most probably you have already used some gamification techniques in your company. You never heard about it? “Gamification is the use of game thinking and game mechanics in a non-game context to engage users and solve problems” – that’s the definition from Wikipedia.
In the modern world, there are plenty of information technology advancements that can help you unite and focus your team effort even in case half of it is remote. Your employees can reside in different offices, in different countries and you can still stay in touch with them. Mostly, this is possible because of the Internet and modern business process management web-systems. Being a good leader even in case you need to manage your team online is as easy (and as hard) as being a good leader in any situation. Here we brought you some tips.
According to a survey of 500+ executives published by Accenture in 2013, 93% of businesses ranked innovation among the top 10 of their strategic priorities, 18% putting it at the top of the priority pile, and only 1% considering it not important. Interestingly, only 18% believe that innovation is resulting in competitive advantage.
Before the start of every year, trend predictions are all the rage – whether that be in areas like IT, fashion, content marketing, social media, software development. You name it, there’s likely a list of to-watch-out-for trends attached to it.
A project manager may be easily compared to an actor playing several roles in a same performance. He or she is a planner, a decision maker, a coordinator, and an auditor within the same project. So when all that roles are played right, a project meets deadlines and a team is effective. But when a project fails, is it a PM’s fault or a long list of problems and misfortunes? It’s better to have an unbiased answer.