Process Improvement Process

The benefits of business process management

bpm-benefitsThere are many benefits to managing your business processes.  The benefits may differ from company to company, but they are very real.

The University of San Francisco posted a blog that identifies some important benefits:

  • Increased accountability
  • Improved reliability
  • Simplify regulatory compliance
  • Avoid waste
  • Promote safe working conditions
  • Protect company resources/information.

These benefits will decrease costs and should increase revenues.  Your expected outcome – increased profits.


If improving your processes leads to increased profits, then continuous process improvement just makes sense

The simplest way to address continuous process improvement is to have a process for improving your processes.

You could address a change to a process the same way you address a change to a product or service – through a change request.  Obviously, this change request will follow a different path to implementation. Interestingly, medical manufacturers attempting to be FDA compliant are actually required to have a process improvement process.


Contact me if you would like some help with your process improvement process…

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By Scott Cleveland @ Cleveland Consulting | September 24, 2014

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