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Introduction to MT400 – Discussion

Introduction to MT400 – Discussion
Note: In this course, there are two Discussion topics in every discussion. You must provide a primary response to both of them by Saturday at midnight, and respond to two others for each topic question before the end of each unit. Therefore, each week, you should have a total of at least six posts over 3 separate days.
In this course, you learn the steps in improving and managing processes. The book uses the term “phases” to describe the general steps in business process management (BPM). The assignments in this course follow these phases and together constitute a large project. In each of the assignments for the next 9 weeks, you will be applying the phase(s) that you learned that week to a process. By the time you get to Unit 10, you will have walked through the entire sequence of phases that is recommended by the book for effective BPM.
The process that you will use is important because you will be working with it throughout the entire course. You will select this process in Unit 1. You will use the Discussion topics this week to get a good understanding of what a “process” is and what “business process management” entails. This discussion should help prepare you for the Unit 1 Assignment, in which you will select the process that you will be using for the rest of the course.
Take extra time this week to read what kinds of processes are being described by your classmates. Use the discussion to focus on a good selection for your assignment.
Comparing Definitions
Before the class gets into business process management, you need to understand what a “business process” is. For this Discussion topic, do the following:
First, research and cite two different definitions for “business process.” Do not cite two definitions that are very similar. Then, compare these definitions and answer the following:
• What different elements do they cover?
• How are their approaches different? Which one do you think is better?
Hello Dr. Childers and classmates;
The meaning of business process management is the discipline of managing processes (rather than tasks) as the means for improving business performance outcomes and operational agility. Processes span organizational boundaries, linking together people, informational flows, system and other assets to create and deliver value to customers and constituents.
Blogs.gartner.com/it-glossary/business-process-management-bpm-2/
Activities undertaken by businesses to identify, evaluate, and improve business processes. With the advancement of technology, BPM can now be effectively managed with software that is customized based on the metrics and policies specified by a company. That comes with action of essential to businesses improving process performance related issues so that they can better serve their clients.
www.businessdictionary.com/definition/business-process-management
• What different elements do they cover? The workflow and comparing data.
• How are their approaches different? Which one do you think is better? On how the business can be improved and the way technology is within this 20th century.
Bertha
Part 2 Discussion
Unit 1: Unit 1: Introduction to MT400 – Discussion
Note: In this course, there are two Discussion topics in every discussion. You must provide a primary response to both of them by Saturday at midnight, and respond to two others for each topic question before the end of each unit. Therefore, each week, you should have a total of at least six posts over 3 separate days.
In this course, you learn the steps in improving and managing processes. The book uses the term “phases” to describe the general steps in business process management (BPM). The assignments in this course follow these phases and together constitute a large project. In each of the assignments for the next 9 weeks, you will be applying the phase(s) that you learned that week to a process. By the time you get to Unit 10, you will have walked through the entire sequence of phases that is recommended by the book for effective BPM.
The process that you will use is important because you will be working with it throughout the entire course. You will select this process in Unit 1. You will use the Discussion topics this week to get a good understanding of what a “process” is and what “business process management” entails. This discussion should help prepare you for the Unit 1 Assignment, in which you will select the process that you will be using for the rest of the course.
Take extra time this week to read what kinds of processes are being described by your classmates. Use the discussion to focus on a good selection for your assignment.
Business Process Examples
For this Discussion topic, do the following:
Based on your understanding from the definitions you researched in Discussion topic 1, describe two examples of a business process from your professional experience. For each process, clearly state: the objective, the scope (where the process begins and ends) and a brief description of those involved (is this a one person process, or do multiple people get involved?).
In your research, you will find that some definitions of “business process” are not very specific. Some sources will suggest that “marketing” or “accounting” are processes, but these are too vague and large in scope for your purposes. Some other examples will be too specific or limited in their scope, such as preparing a tax form or ordering office supplies.
In this course, the process you select for the Unit 1 Assignment will need to be detailed enough to provide you with a basis for analysis over 10 weeks. As you progress through the course, you will need to look at elements such as the connection of this process to company strategy, metrics and goals of the process, stakeholders and team members involved, etc. Since you are using this Discussion topic as a preparation for the Unit 1 Assignment, try to pick two examples that will provide you with enough information without being too general. Your instructor will provide you with additional guidelines and feedback. If you have found a good example in this Discussion, you will be ready for completing the Assignment.
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Discussion 2
Bertha Stewart
During the pass years I was able to work I done sever jobs position such as working at the hospital in the dietary department, Dollar General as a cashier, Kmart and Military Police department, education center for the military… I became a partner of a modeling company then went into the janitorial business up to eight years. The different workflow was a process with the jobs I had. I’m not sure if I’m going the correct way with this but I have done a lot of wedding, retirement parties and birthday and many more events.
1. This manual includes information
• Creating an event plan
• Risk management
• Time line and others resources for a successful event planning
• Public city and marketing
2. Creating an Event Plan
• Developing a plan when hosting an event
• Goal setting
• Planning
• Decision making
• Posting events assessment
• Brainstorming ideas with your organization
As an event planner everything is possible and mind’s is to make my customer’s or let say client’s happy. When doing this type business it comes with a lot .
Bertha
Unit 1: Assignment
Our book proposes a business process management (BPM) model that consists of 10 phases. Over the next few weeks, as you learn about each of these phases, you will be applying the concepts to a specific business process. The Assignments in this course constitute a course-long project in which you will evaluate various aspects of this process.
You will select the process you will use in this Assignment. You will prepare the foundation for your project by identifying a real-world organization that would benefit from applying the business process management (BPM) model in the workplace. You may select the
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