Event Date/Time: May 24, 2010
End Date/Time: May 25, 2010
Almost every organization around the globe is now moving beyond processes as solely a way of synchronizing change and is attempting to transform the way their Enterprise plans, manages, monitors and aligns capabilities and motivation using a Process-Managed baseline. The bad news is that most organizations have little ability to make it happen in a consistent or reliable way and most managers do not really understand what it will take to succeed. This seminar provides a comprehensive examination of the state of the art in Enterprise-level Business Process Management (BPM). It addresses innovations in ways of managing processes as assets of the Enterprise. It focuses on maintaining the critical role that processes play in the alignment of the strategic objectives of the organization with what people do every day. It is geared to those with or without process experience seeking to learn a set of pragmatic practices packaged into a reusable BPM way of working strategically and tactically. The facilitated workshop sessions are highly interactive and ensure experience-sharing with other delegates. Built on lessons learnt, both good and bad, from real companies, this seminar provides you practices to deal with the real and tough challenges you will face. Delegates will benefit from the experience and wisdom of the world leader on the topic.
Roger Burltonâ€™s book, â€œBusiness Process Management: Profiting from Successâ€ will also be provided to all who attend.
He is a founder of the Process Renewal Group. He is considered an industry leader, recognized internationally for his pioneering contributions in Business Process Management since 1991. Roger has conceived and chaired several high profile BPM conferences in North and South America, Europe, Middle East and Australia including Knowledge and Process Management Europe and the BPM Conferences for Shared Insights in the US. Mr. Burltonâ€™s highly acclaimed book â€œBusiness Process Management: Profiting from Processâ€ is regarded as the reference book for process Professionals who want to conduct process architecture initiatives, process renewal projects as well as those who wish to entrench process governance across the Enterprise.
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