Should all members of the BPM team be considered as possible mentors? Explain

Should all members of the BPM team be considered as possible mentors? Explain

Mentors and Shadowing

The following Professional Competency Outcome(s) are practiced and assessed in this

Assignment:

PC-3.5: Engage in career development and advancement strategies, including effective

networking, mentoring, and creating a personal brand.

In this Assignment, you are going to evaluate a specific business process based on criteria

detailed below. If you already have selected a business process, continue using that and

skip to the next paragraph. If you have not yet selected the business process you will

use for these Assignments, then begin by selecting one. Email your instructor and clearly

describe the objective of this process, the participants, and the strategic significance for

the company. The business process you select must have a clear beginning and an end,

with identifiable, specific steps. Your instructor will confirm that the process you selected is

suitable, or will ask you to select another one.

As the BPM nears completion, the process team must be concerned not only with the

best-fit roll-out option but also with providing information to the work team that will handle

the completed process or process change to ensure their success. This often takes the

form of mentoring.

Mentoring is most often a one-on-one activity in which an experienced individual (the

mentor) provides guidance and advice to someone with less experience (the mentee). Any

mentoring relationship is, by nature of the process, a close one in which experiences,

knowledge, and skills are shared.

The best way for mentors and mentees to share information is through a process called

shadowing. Shadowing occurs when the mentee actively watches, follows, and

participates in the activities, processes, or actions that are completed by the mentor. This

provides a visceral and active learning environment.

Consider the BPM process you have been designing this semester and address the

following :

1. Should all members of the BPM team be considered as possible mentors? Explain

and justify your answer.

2. Who within the organization would be the mentee(s) for the institutionalization of

the new processes? Make sure you fully support your conclusions.

3. Identify ways in which mentors and mentees can use shadowing as a method for

tracking and assessing the ongoing changes within the company after completion

of the BPM project.

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