Process is perennial. Within any business activity or enterprise it is crucial that the variable of "operational efficiency" is maintained at sufficiently high levels, such that the return on investment is sustainable enough to justify its continued existence. Business Process Management (BPM) is the term used to encapsulate a process-driven approach to attaining enterprise operational efficiency. Despite BPM being ranked as top priority by organizations, current status of BPM research suggests a gap of addressing present industry demands. In this paper, we aim to identify the issues that organizations face in their efforts to manage business processes, as identified by BPM experts across the globe. The findings point to, among others, lack of top management support, lack of tool support for process visualization, and lack of connection between process design and process execution.
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