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RPA initiatives rapidly scale to complex scenarios involving critical processes and different teams/business units.
✅ To meet the challenges of scaling up RPA operations, technology leaders are beginning to look for alternatives in open technologies, both for license savings and for technical performance and scalability issues.
✅ It is paramount for RPA leaders to rely on solutions and guidelines to achieve governance over automation and shadow IT while maintaining agile delivery.
✅ According to Gartner, governance should be adaptive, not a one-size-fits-all model for all projects:
➡ In some projects, favoring a more centralized model to protect against risks makes sense.
➡ ️In other projects, it may be critical to create mechanisms that enable autonomy in favor of favoring agility, scale, adaptability, and innovation.
📌 Many companies still have homogeneous governance processes for any type of project, which can cause misalignment with the business and delay strategic deliverables.
✅ Adaptive governance, advocated by Gartner, consists of establishing flexible and agile decision-making processes according to the project’s business context, capable of meeting the different needs of the teams involved:
➡ ️Development: speed up deliveries, apply best practices, reuse components;
➡ ️Operation/Support: anticipate problems and solve occurrences with agility;
➡ ️Security: apply appropriate security mechanisms for each context;
➡ ️Business: reduce time-to-market, maintain alignment with strategy, and maximize business value;
✅ Implementing Adaptive Governance is an evolutionary, gradual process. Leaders need flexible tools that enable advanced management/orchestration of automations.
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