| 5:00pm - 6:00pm | BPM as a Management Discipline Track
BPM Governance Framework
Chief Technology Officer, Princeton Blue
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ABOUT THIS SESSION:
Most publications dealing with IT governance fall short of offering a comprehensive framework that can be used as a single source of reference, models, templates and guidelines for definition and institutionalizing BPM Governance in one’s organization. This session will describe a proposed comprehensive BPM framework satisfying the following requirements:
serve as a single point of reference for different industries and organization types
exist in the context and be integrated into business and technology
deal with information, rules, services, etc.
offer BPM Governance guiding principles
address both business and technology layers of the BPM initiative
define both governed aspects and governing aspects
provide guidelines for creating BPM Governance organizations and roles
provide templates for the governed processes, artifacts, tools and guidelines
provide templates facilitating enforcement of the governance regimen
leverage BPM and related standards to promote reuse, simplify solution integration and reduce dependencies
define methods for analyzing BPM Governance outcomes and for its continuous improvement
ABOUT THE SPEAKER(s):
Vitaly Khusidman is the Chief Technology Officer at Princeton Blue. He is focusing on alignment of business and technology, Enterprise, Business and Solution Architecture, including BPM, SOA and respective governances tailored for the need of the organization.
Previously Vitaly developed an approach featuring extraction and abstraction of business knowledge from legacy systems, capturing it in the business models that drive the generation of the target solution.
Prior to that Vitaly architected and managed development and commissioning of the real-time control systems for large package sorting hubs for FedEx, UPS as well as DHL, RPS and USPS.
Before that Vitaly held a number of management and architecture positions.