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0Achieving Agile Enterprise Through Integrated Process Managementportunities faster than our competitors. We needto be more efficient than ever. In short, we needbusiness agility to succeed.Scheduling and project management toolsprovide support for determining task sequencing,dependencies, and resource loading, and oncethe schedule is established, its status is updatedand reviewed in meetings. The work within eachscheduled task is coordinated by people com-municating with one another: Managers talkingto IPT leads, and the leads talking to their teammembers. There is little automated support toensure that work is done in accordance with aspecified process. Process owners lack the tools