Hi Ben, welcome to my wordpress collection.
Let me expand on the question which is unclear. I completely agree. Let me add some context to the source of the line of questioning.
I was reading a Published “Business Process Maturity Model” file, which has several contradictory statements in my professional opinion.
- A process includes task, which are derived from a number of activities in a workflow organized in a sequence.
- A quantified measurement model typically will produce greater effort; as the human behavior response to the goal increases volume rather than ensuring quality.
In a business process the goal would be to ensure only required steps are introduced.
There are times when quantified measurements work well; for example in the process of voting.
The highest volume capturing unique selections will typically result in a person winning the election.
Is a process really a process when a writer or author indicates the “process isn’t going to always be sequenced?”
- My goal in asking these questions would be to ensure my understanding hasn’t failed.
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