Decision Centric Enterprise
Organizations face many challenges in today’s business climate. Organizations whose success or failure is determined by the decisions they make are handicapped by systems that are centered on processes or functions. As a result, these organizations struggle to improve their business processes while managing costs at the same time. In addition, they find it difficult to make changes in their systems quickly, despite a pressing need to do so.
To succeed, these organizations need to change from thinking in terms of processes and functions to thinking in terms of decisions. They need to become a decision-centric organization.
Become a decision-centric organization. Guarantee excellence in the decision-making process to achieve efficiency and effectiveness.
The white paper “Semantic Interoperability” is one of a series of white papers produced by Be Informed. With these white papers, Be Informed aims to raise awareness of the importance of semantics. Semantics, which is the attribution of meaning to concepts in their specific context, is a necessary condition for communicating with and understanding one another and directing our actions.
Conference Room Pilot
This document describes the Be Informed Conference Room Pilot (CRP) approach. This approach covers an integral, wall-to-wall implementation of a representative part of your business. It is an effective way of defining and validating your business case and of experiencing that the proposed Be Informed solution is effective for your organization and your business processes, as well as proof the architecture. This document describes the Conference Room Pilot, how it is realized, and what it can do for you.
HR SSC adressing the dilemma
The majority of medium-sized and large organizations currently operate with an internal or external HR Shared Service Centre. Despite the considerable benefits achieved through economies of scale, collective expertise and more transparent service provision, an area of tension continues to exist around one dilemma: standardization or customization?
Customization or standardization: addressing the dilemma. Be Informed for innovative HR Shared Service Centers.
Solutions for Insurance Companies
In order to reduce costs and enforce control, insurance companies will undoubtedly benefit from as much uniformity and standardization as possible. This is in conflict with the importance of providing customers with tailor-made solutions. This tension between uniformity and standardization on the one hand and variety on the other hand is broken down by separating the “know” (business rules, exceptions) from the “flow” (process) and the functions. Divide and conquer, instead of intertwining them.
Be Informed Embrace Complexity
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