It has been a long time coming, but it appears there will be process standards developed and implemented globally in the very near future. The World Economic Process Academy for Simplification and Standardization (WE_PASS) announced the upcoming release of globally-accepted and implementable process standards for all enterprise processes.
Change is finally here
In a statement released today, the Stockholm-based organization provided additional details.
“The world has asked for standardized processes, and we have finally reached the point where we can provide those to them. We have developed the most detailed and globally-accepted processes for all enterprises, regardless of size, industry, or location. These processes will work and should be implemented immediately by all organizations. That is the WE_PASS Charter and one we take very seriously.”
– April F. Ools; Director of Public Retaliations
Compliance is mandatory
WE_PASS simultaneously announced a concurrent effort to patent all their process models and pursue legal action against any organization not adhering to their standards. Ms. Ools commented on this effort as well, adding:
“We take the very seriously and feel there should only be one way to execute any process in the world. If you don’t feel you should issue payroll checks the exact same way and on the exact same minute, hour, and date as every other organization in the world; we have an issue with you, and we’ll pursue it legally.”
Needless to say, this is a monumental decision and ripple effects are being felt across the globe. Not only are organizations scrambling to figure out how they will meet these rigid standards, but technology vendors are trying to figure out how to support these new mandatory processes.
There is no doubt we haven’t heard the last from WE_PASS as they work earnestly to solve everyone’s economic and productivity issues. I for one, think this is a step in the right direction.