Capitalising on Business Process Management

Venue: Melbourne

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Event Date/Time: Nov 26, 2007 End Date/Time: Nov 28, 2007
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While the theory of Business Process Management is not new, the practice of BPM is attracting elevated interest from business due to the advancement of BPM systems that work fast and cheap to manage and improve business activities and processes. BPM practice is becoming a significant trend due to the prevailing of benefits such as lower costs, positive work environments, faster and more efficient innovation and increased company profits.

However, many organisations are struggling with the various obstacles associated with integrating BPM into business practices. Issues such as developing a BPM business case, aligning BPM with sixth sigma and lean management, quantifying improvements, addressing governance and strategy, and moving away from silos and towards a process-centric organisation are integral contributors in increasing business efficiency, elevating staff morale and performance, and accelerating and improving business processes.

This conference will allow you to hear practical case studies from exemplar organisations and provide you with the opportunity to understand how others have tackled BPM obstacles within their organisations. The following critical issues will be explored:

• Aligning BPM with business strategy and embracing it as a discipline
• Addressing the cultural, human and management challenges within your organisation
• Aligning BPM concepts with integral business and IT competencies
• Using BPM to deliver measurable business performance improvements
• Getting management on board by selling the business case and communicating the possibilities
• Identifying the benefits and pitfalls of the current BPMS technologies