TIBCO Nimbus™ is a Business Process Management System. It presents easy-to-understand, visual representations of how people, processes and systems in an organisation interact. Nimbus™ has helped over 700 organisations including AstraZeneca, Barclays Capital, HSBC, JPMorgan, RBS, Novartis, Toyota, and ThyssenKrupp. It provides many features that support Quality, Compliance, and Operational Management and Continual improvement and can also be integrated with other technology and is available on–premises and in the cloud. In summary, it's an excellent tool.
Are your SOPs and Work Instructions perfect?
Put simply, SOPs should support an environment of “Comply or Change”.
Adding value to something automatically makes me think time, money and/or an improved product or service. If I have more time and more money and a better end result, job done! But that's just the answer, and if you've even completed high school mathematics, you'll know that focussing on the answer is rarely the way to find it. So let's take a few steps back, into the process.
New BPM Approaches for the Challenges of Mergers and Acquisitions in Life Sciences
Five Major Drivers for BPM exist – Compliance; Outsourcing, ITIL and Security; Process Framework/Performance/Standards; Technology Modernisation and Mergers, Acquisitions and Consolidations. In recent years Life Sciences organisations have had to learn to survive and grow through numerous mergers and acquisitions – sometimes even within quick succession of each other.
Computer World UK last week reported IKEA's great success in moving from to a web-based Business Process Management System (BPMS). The move has enabled the company to create internal business cases in less than half the time it previously took them and honestly, we're not surprised considering the array of issues with text or paper based standard operating procedures. (SOPs). Ikea noted that where a business case used to take approximately 24 days to create, it's now done in an average of nine days. That's a whopping difference and a valuable insight to many companies considering a move from paper to digital for processes.
Making Big Data Small & Useable
And it's Not Just for Digital & Online Businesses
The TPSoP® White Paper: The Right Person, Doing the Right Thing Right, Every Time
Following on from a successful series of blog posts on problems arising from text-based procedures written by Dee Carri, Torque Management has now published a white paper covering these topics further. The paper looks at the categories of what appear to be universal issues with text-based procedures and outdated processes related to SOPs that are costing organisations and individuals time and money and in some instances, embedding problems in organisations.
Ensuring Effective Environmental Health and Safety (EHSS) in Your Organisation
Tuesday 2nd December 2014, 2pm (GMT)
What is FDASIA, Title VII?
Dee Carri looks at what Title VII of FDASIA regulation is, the timeline for its implementation, how it's going to affect Quality Managers, Business Process Managers and IT Managers and offers some strategic advice to stay ahead of the curve and organise for success.
Webinar: Making SOPs the solution not the problem, November 11th, 2pm
You are invited to participate in an insightful webinar on improving Standard Operating Procedures and Work Instructions on Tuesday November 11th at 2pm GMT.
The TPSoP® Story
Following on from a successful Torque Management webinar entitled 'Making SOPs the Solution Not the Problem' presented this week, Torque Management are now excited to launch their TPSoP® animation - The TPSoP® Story.
How Much Do You Love Your SOPs Part 7: Conclusions and Recommendations
By Dee Carri
How much do you love your SOPs Part 6: Enterprise Flexibility - Are your Change Management Processes Agile?
By Dee Carri
How Much Do You Love Your SOPs Part 4: Time to Effectiveness
By Dee Carri