When organizations exhibit business greatness, they create high value with their products, in less time, using less effort. These organizations, according to Steven Spear, Senior Lecturer at MIT Sloan and recognized expert on high velocity organizations, have (at least) one thing in common. Namely, they consistently seek immediate clarification and amplification of their customer’s voice by leaning into their users’ domain to discover the problems as well as delights of the consumer experience. In other words, great organizations are crucially, and literally: smarter, better, and faster.
In today’s volatile and highly competitive market, being smarter, better, and faster matters. If you discover your business process flaws or failures quickly, you can avoid larger problems down the road. Of course, you can only change if you know what you have. Process-driven transformation enables great companies across all industries to compare their current state processes withand “as-implemented” versions of processes.
A process-driven approach enables you to track metrics on a regular basis, exploring performance deviations and correcting them where needed. Analyzing the data you have stored in your company’s systems rapidly helps you uncover and sharesystem processes and gather improvement suggestions. Great organizations are those that think in processes and analyze the data traces left behind by their processes—these companies are smarter, better and faster.
Find out how your organization can achieve business greatness in our upcoming webinar:with Gero Decker, CEO and co-founder of Signavio, and Steven Spear, Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and Engineering Systems Division.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
You’ll also hear real-world examples of how companies can and have improved quality, increased safety, and sustained innovation within their organizations on their way to business greatness.
After registering, you will receive the link to join the webinar and all other details by email. Can’t make the broadcast? Register anyway, and you will be sent the recording to watch at your convenience. Best of all, it’s free!
If you want to see how Signavio can help your organization on your way to business greatness, why not? And if you want to read more about Signavio Process Intelligence, have a look at the following case study, “ ”