The 7Enablers of BPM are defined in short form as follows, and in more detail through the rest of this document.
Process Architecture- Discovery, understanding and documentation of the organization’s process and related resources in a hierarchical model.
Process Measurement- Defining process performance measure and measurement methods, collecting and reporting performance data.
Process Governance- Re imaging and responding to, process performance, innovation opportunities and general process hygiene.
Process Change- Continuously finding way to close process performance gaps by eliminating problems and capitalizing on opportunities.
Process Mindset- Creating an environment where the organization, it’s people and their teams are always conscious of the processes in which they participate.
Process Capabilities- Developing the tools and skills required throughout the organizations to identify, analyze, improve and manage business processes.
Process Support- Providing the support required throughout the organization to develop, sustain and realize the benefits of process-based management.
The 7 Enablers represent the key levers of process based management. A mobius strip highlights the interdependencies between the elements. The enablers are interconnected: change one, and one or two others will likely change, change several and they will all change.