President and Managing Partner, Process Renewal Group
Founder, BPTrends Associates
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ABOUT THIS SESSION:
It is clear that organizations everywhere are striving to become more flexible while reducing cost and sustaining their relevance for their customers. To do this they must become more capable and mature to connect great strategy with great capabilities of various types. Successful organizations have discovered that processes possess a unique ability to connect the dots from these multiple domains. Without professional managed business processes the different domains lose integrity and front line performance is not traceable to enterprise objectives. To manage in this new interconnected world we must manage our processes with a long term view; as enterprise assets in and of themselves. We need a complete lifecycle for processes not just a set of project level techniques.
This discussion oriented seminar is designed to raise your understanding the application of an effective process lifecycle methodology and governance framework whether you are new to BPM or an experienced process manager. The content, while foundational and fundamental will be controversial at times yet practical and implementable. It will help you to connect strategic intent to stakeholder value creation and enterprise capability implementation including new human roles and technology services.
The history of process methods
Why an asset lifecycle approach now
The BPTrends Pyramid
A Lifecycle methodology for Processes (the process for process)
Discussions on what works well and not so well
ABOUT THE SPEAKER(s):
Roger is a respected pioneer in the introduction of innovative approaches for Business Management. He is a world leader in the field of Business Process Management, having authored one of the most read and followed books on the topic early in BPM’s growth as well as the Business Process Manifesto. Roger’s leadership is also witnessed by his position as chair of several of the most influential conferences each year on BPM and Business Architecture and by his role as chair of the BPTrends.com Advisory Board. The insights he brings to PRG’s consulting clients are thoughtful and pragmatic.