Business Processes

A business process or business method is a collection of related, structured activities or tasks that produce a specific service or product (serve a particular goal) for a particular customer or customers. It often can be visualized with a flowchart as a sequence of activities with interleaving decision points or with a Process Matrix as a sequence of activities with relevance rules based on data in the process.
Posts about Business Processes
  • Workplace by Facebook: a reality check

    … Internal social tools are fantastic for business. They break down barriers, build connections,and make it easier for employees to collaborate across distances, functions and hierarchies. As the name suggests, they make work more social, too. But, there’s been an excessive amount of one-sided conversation around Workplace by Facebook recently…

    Search Engine Watchin Social- 12 readers -
  • Top 10 Technology, Economic, and Social Trends for 2015

    … tools, which it believes will drive long-term fundamental changes in business processes and structures. In addition, the U.S. economy for 2015 looks to be solid despite signs of a global slowdown, although economic uncertainty and a continued lack of job stability will spurn social shifts and changes in consumer behavior. Here are the top 10…

    Laura Monroe/ Dex Media- 17 readers -
  • Taking Yourself Out Of The Equation

    … your business processes down to a system, you can make it so that anyone with the proper training can do it. And when that’s the case, anyone with the proper training and knowledge can step in and do your job. This means you no longer have to do that job. Someone else can take care of it for you, and you can focus on the aspects of your business…

    Cloud Surfing Media- 9 readers -
  • How Organic Search Has Transformed The Rules Of Business

    … altered the way music was packaged and sold. In a similar manner, online search is transforming conventional selling models. While Google is innovating at warp speed, the sales process of many businesses remains stuck in the 1990s, relying on outdated and ineffective strategies. Just think about how buyer behavior has changed in recent times. When you…

    Trond Lyngbø/ Search Engine Landin SEO How To's- 26 readers -
  • This Old Marketing – The Evolution Continues

    … could see that paid, owned, and earned media strategies were converging – but owned media was such a black box. Marketers asked, “How do I prove to my boss that this content marketing experiment is worth doing?” We searched for templates, case studies, examples, and best practices of how to begin a project. We looked for methods to optimize…

    Robert Rose/ Content Marketing Institute- 15 readers -
  • Why Your 2015 Plan Needs To Include Data & Analytics Governance

    … functional areas. Business Intelligence: This often includes representatives from traditional business intelligence, ad-hoc analysis, shared analytics & data services, data modeling, and operations groups. Customer: This may include individuals from direct marketing, customer lifecycle management, customer loyalty, CRM, and consumer insights teams…

    David Booth/ Marketing Land- 31 readers -
  • Clicks, Customers, and Cashflow, Part Three: Profit

    … with a customer” – Wikipedia For AdWords clicks Customer Lifetime Value = (online conversion value + imported offline conversion value) * conversion repeat rate If you sell repeatedly to the same customer – say, a subscription – find the average quantity of these per customer and multiply by the average value. If you don’t know your customer…

    David Rothwell/ 3Q Digitalin Paid Search EMail Google- 15 readers -
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