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Contributor: Sudeshna Banerjee
Posted: 09/08/2017
Sudeshna Banerjee
“A good coach will make his players see what they can be rather than what they are!” The same principles apply to leadership coaching as well. We live in a state of constant flux. Our business models are constantly evolving; processes need to constantly adapt to changing customer and employee needs. Traditional business models have disappeared even Full Content »
Contributor: Jeff Cole
Posted: 09/05/2017
Jeff Cole
Ever been stuck in the situation where you’re lacking that one specific tool you need?    I have too many stories of trying to McGyver my way out of a repair by using butter knives as screwdrivers or trying to overcome the lack of a metric wrench.   Why, I once broke out of a Turkish prison using only some shoelaces and a match stick Full Content »
Contributor: Andrea Charles
Posted: 08/24/2017
Andrea
The PEX Network surveyed over 800 process improvement and operational excellence professionals, as part of the largest global survey into the state of process excellence. In this exclusive report, we reveal the key trends highlighted by the “2017 biennial PEX Network state of the industry process excellence survey” and explore how organizations aro Full Content »
Contributor: David Robinson
Posted: 08/14/2017
David Robinson
Business Transformation Architect Roop Singh gave well-received workshops on business strategy and process excellence at PEX events in Orlando and New Jersey in 2017. PEX Network caught up with him afterwards Full Content »
Contributor: Oliver Slot
Posted: 07/27/2017
Oliver Slot
PEX Network’s has recently launched a new podcast series, featuring personal conversations about business with key industry leaders. 15 episodes are already live on the iTunes App & Google Play or available to listen on the PEX Network Website, the series is already making waves in the process excellence community. Full Content »
Contributor: Bruce Sheridan
Posted: 07/20/2017
Bruce Sheridan
The emerging role of business architects in 2017 will be to encourage organizations to “be good” versus “look good.” I recently worked with one of the top 10 executives of a Fortune 100 organization. After several months, I recognized a pattern. Full Content »
Contributor: Mahmoud Youssef
Posted: 07/20/2017
Mahmoud Youssef
One of the most important developments for the BIZBOK® guide is the recent call for proposals for a business architecture metamodel that was issued in collaboration with the Object Management Group (OMG). The rest of this article highlights some of contents of the Guide and discuss some of the issues that might be in the interest to the readers. Full Content »
Contributor: Craig Reid
Posted: 07/17/2017
Craig Reid
Global process improvement expert Craig Reid summarizes the key issues, the “hot spots” that organizations face today and how they can start to focus their efforts to become truly customer- centric. There are a multitude of handbooks explaining methodologies, tools and techniques on how to implement process improvement – but this is a book about the why of business process improvement. This is an ebook to digest then hand to your boss and your boss’s boss. It’s a book to inspire, to fist pump the air and most importantly to start a process revolution in your organization. Full Content »
Contributor: Andrea Charles
Posted: 07/06/2017
Andrea Charles
There are plenty of examples of ‘what not to do’. Shouldn’t this playbook be focusing on success? However the study of failure can truly enable us to understand how to avoid it. Read the full business transformation failure playbook to find out what can jeopardise your business transformation and what you can do differently to make it a success. Full Content »
Contributor: Debashis Sarkar
Posted: 07/05/2017
Debashis Sarkar
Errors are not generally viewed in a positive light. From childhood, we are taught to aim for perfection and avoid mistakes – schools can make a point of punishing errors; when we are older bosses can threaten to fire employees if they make an inadvertent mistake. Full Content »
Contributor: John Norcross
Posted: 07/03/2017
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We share a simple coaching framework to enable leaders and change agents to more easily hold productive performance “TALKs” with team members. Full Content »
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Contributor: PEX Network Events
Posted: 05/24/2017
PEX Network Events
Transforming Financial Services. Together.The only event for operational excellence, architecture and technology innovation.The winners in today’s market are organizations who are leveraging their OPEX program to become more agile, capture value through the deployment of new and emerging technologies while simultaneously embedding a continuous inno Full Video »
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Posted: 02/27/2014
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Advances in computing technology are driving rapid changes in every industry from retail to manufacturing, banking and beyond. But now, even the hardware that used to keep the lights on is being transformed into software – running instead in virtual environments – and IT has no longer become the barrier to process automation that it once was Full Podcast »
Contributor: Dan Morris
Posted: 05/15/2017
Dan Morris
Companies need to refocus and significantly reduce their cost reduction frenzy. Was it needed? Yes. Is it still needed? It will always be a concern, but it should not be a major focus for some time into the future. Why? The world has changed and there are dire predictions for large companies. Full Column »
Contributor: Andrea Charles
Posted: 08/24/2017
Andrea
The PEX Network surveyed over 800 process improvement and operational excellence professionals, as part of the largest global survey into the state of process excellence. In this exclusive report, we reveal the key trends highlighted by the “2017 biennial PEX Network state of the industry process excellence survey” and explore how organizations aro Full Whitepaper »