Process, to be effective, needs to lead directly to Performance. And Business Process Improvement must lead to Business Performance Improvement. Any improvement in the process that does not lead to an improved performance is wasteful. Various leaders tend to classify the term ‘Performance’ with a multitude of measures. Our research has shown these can largely be grouped into six buckets called Primary Business Outcomes. Achieving competitive advantage is clearly the principal one. This, in fact, includes the strategic dimension of focus on core business, and reduces distractions from an enterprise’s main focus and enhances geographical mobility.