Weber Business Management


January 2016, Vol. 2 (1), ISSN:2449-1686

© Author(s) 2016. This work is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

Research Article

Business Process Management: Determining Factors Influencing growth

Jonathan S. Ekambi

Daystar University,
Kenya.

 

Accepted 6th January, 2016; Available Online 11th January, 2016.


Abstract:

Business process management (BPM) provides an awareness and know how of business and their processes. Despite the widespread of the use of bpm and the concepts historical standing, many organisations fail to take advantage of its ability to facilitate organization's workflow more effective, more efficient, and capable of adapting to an ever-changing environment, towards organisational development and growth. Increase in product complexity calls for globalization, stories towards Information Technology and virtualization, market forces and customer needs all wanting clear work flows for performance and ultimately growth. This paper looks at BPM as a complex line and seeks to see how businesses and organisations are affected by its mention. Desk study as a methodology was used seeking to examine factors influencing growth. The results were highlighted using graphs and charts.

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