| 6:05pm - 7:05pm | BPM as a Management Discipline Track
A Case Study in Evolving Process Thinking Within the Enterprise
IT Director, Mars Canada Inc
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ABOUT THIS SESSION:
Large successful enterprises originally established using a traditional functional organization find it difficult to make the transition to one organized around business process thus limiting their potential improvements in associated business performance.
The presenter has experienced the challenges associated with this predicament and witnessed various failed attempts to move to a more business process focused business. He is finally at a place in where a foothold has been achieved in a significant business that is growing profitably where the senior leaders are supportive and accountable for the future evolution of the business process management. He will explain the circumstances and the actions that have been necessary to get to this place and a blueprint for how this may be achieved elsewhere.
Challenges faced introducing business process structure to the enterprise
Failed attempts and reasons why
Proof that it can be achieved
Lessons learned and a blueprint for success
ABOUT THE SPEAKER(s):
Phil leads the IT Operations for the Canadian Division of Mars Inc. and offers support to other major business change initiatives in the global organization. He has a formal engineering education that has been adapted to the modern business environment. He has a track record of providing pragmatic solutions to business problems including a successful SAP implementation and the establishment of business process architecture and governance organization. He is continuously looking to lead and drive enhanced business performance through the appropriate use of business processes management and supporting technologies. Phil has presented at previous conferences in both North America and Europe and is able to bring a practical perspective to many aspects of the BPM Methodologies.