Launching a business architecture program is challenging. Culture, politics, and even our own thinking present significant challenges. Though the challenges are great, the benefits are even greater. Organizations struggling to realize their goals and move their companies forward are in desperate need of the solutions business architecture offers. This webcast features two industry experts who will share their insights into the world of Business Architecture, including the challenges, the opportunities and the road ahead.
Significant Updates Included In Latest Release of Core Courses
Most new business architecture (BA) teams jump right into defining business architecture models and frameworks. They spend incredibly little time defining the practice itself, what they want it to be, and how they are going to drive results. Yet this is where the challenge is.
Join Gregg Rock and two senior BA instructors, Linda Finley and Pat Salaski, as they discuss the objectives and unique value proposition of each of the core BA courses you need to get your practice off the ground and ensure long-term success.
The BA curriculum is designed specifically for individuals and organizations seeking to establish a standard BA training roadmap for their BA practice.
In this webcast, author Kimberly Watson-Hemphill will share some highlights from her new book, Innovating Lean Six Sigma (McGraw-Hill, 2016), and provide practical tips every business leader can use to get more from their Lean Six Sigma deployment.
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In 2014, JMM identified approximately 30 business processes that could benefit from implementing a business process management suite. The first process they chose to optimize was a process that was very manual and labor-intensive, involving 5 departments, a call center, and external vendors. This process was also critical to securing funds and sustaining operations.
In this webinar, Angela Triplett, Business Process Strategist at JMM, will share the JMM BPM story: from Process Discovery, to selecting a BPM vendor, to the lessons learned & best practice advice on using BPM (both technology & discipline) to address challenges such as:
Author of Customer Focused Process Innovation: Linking Strategic Intent to Everyday Execution
For any organization to prosper, its leadership must drive bottom line results, expand the product offerings, and identify opportunities to better strategically position the organization. But all too often they look to trendy business practices or copy the competition. They don’t know the answers to basic questions: How do things really work and fit together in this organization? What does the customer really want from us? Who really does what and where do I fit in? How can I move the ball forward? Without these answers, the organization’s innovation capabilities are limited.
The integration of Operational Excellence, which relies on a proven, systematic set of tools in Lean Six Sigma, and Business Process Management (BPM), which relies on a systemic view and a technology enabled approach is likely to create greater value for both customers and the company. The integration and consolidation of these two approaches to process improvement will not only identify and eliminate waste, it will also align and better utilize information systems, promote cross departmental collaboration and keep the customer front and center throughout.
Organizations are undergoing major transformations – to shift to digital business, become more customer-centric, and keep pace with regulatory changes. Any transformation impacts business processes, often requiring dramatic changes to how people work. Yet over 70% of transformation initiatives fail. Process management practitioners can change that and directly contribute to the success of their organization’s initiative by applying the latest process thinking, techniques and technologies to innovate and drive change.
Listen to Marc Kerremans discuss what you’ll learn at Gartner's London Business Transformation & Process Management Summit.
A recent Gartner poll of their client base found that 80% of public and private sector companies say they are undertaking major business transformation due to:
- desire to shift to digital business
- desire to become more customer/constituent-centric
- perennial activities to keep pace with regulatory changes
More than 70% of these initiatives fail to deliver the desired outcome.
Process management practitioners can defy these odds by applying the latest process and change management thinking, techniques and technologies.
Register for this webcast to get a sneak preview of what you’ll learn at the Gartner Business Process Management Summit.
This workshop will give participants hands-on exposure to Business Process Management with the Oracle BPM Suite and will show how Oracle BPM Suite can be used across each phase of the BPM lifecycle to achieve continuous process improvement.
This workshop will demonstrate process modeling, process improvement, process implementation, process interaction and process monitoring using a government specific use-case of construction/building permit processing across various roles and systems.
Digital Business: From Process Improvement to Driving Big Change
Facing continual digital disruption, companies are rethinking their business models and reinventing their processes to transform business operations for the digital age.
Traditional BPM has driven tremendous efficiencies and cost reductions. Now the challenge is to apply BPM to drive growth.
Key challenges are: