BRM Capability

business relationship management capability is everything it takes, both visible and invisible, to nurture relationships in an organization. Examples of visible components are meetings, artifacts, and professional development, while examples of invisible components are knowledge learned, experience gained, trust, and confidence-building. Used effectively, these components build the endless reserve of energy necessary to evolve culturebuild partnershipsdrive value, and satisfy purpose.

The business relationship management capability facilitates culture advancement, driving it to one of trust, creativity, innovation, authenticity, and shared ownership across the organization. A mature business relationship management capability converges cross-functional teams to create holistic strategies that deliver organizational value and meaningful results.

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How to Move from Being a Tactical BRM to a Strategic BRM


The terms “strategic BRM” and “tactical BRM” are often confused because they do not clearly describe the work that is done by BRMs. What is the difference between the two? How can you move from being a tactical BRM to a successful strategic BRM?

Build Your BRM Toolkit With Business Process Models


Business process models are one of the most effective and practical tools to mature business relationships and support demand shaping. Learn how process modeling can help BRMs earn the role of strategic partner.

Why BRM is Key for African Development


As the continent of Africa embraces digital disruption and technological advances, a strategic approach is needed to set goals, develop capabilities, build trust, ensure value, and more. The answer lies in BRM.

This is BRM - BRMConnect

This is BRM.


We are giving you TEN compelling reasons to take the plunge and check out the next BRMConnect Conference October 10-12, 2017 in Washington, D.C. Be sure that you take advantage of the current early bird special (expiring July 12, 2017) to reserve your ticket in the next few days.

6 Business Skills Everybody Needs (Not Just IT)


IT is often seen as though it has unique business skills needed to influence in ways that other groups can’t. Here, Joe Topinka explains why that isn’t the case and outlines the six skills all business professionals should have.

Building a BRM Community of Practice


When organizations don’t have the budget to staff a team of BRMs, an alternative approach is to build a BRM discipline or community of practice, composed of application managers, project managers, and others who already have touchpoints with business.

How Business Leaders Can Return Value to the BRM


PowerPoint presentations don’t win IT leaders over—corporate is good at making those. What catches the attention of IT executives are business leaders speaking up for their BRMs.

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