Taking The BPM Message To The Corner Office

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As long as the BPM dialogue is restricted to technologists and BPM insiders, it's likely to become just another technique for squeezing out costs and making incremental performance improvements. Taking the message to "corner office" executives places BPM in its proper business context and positions it to its full potential as a technique to achieve sustainable competitive advantage. CIOs and their organizations must alert other C level executives about the true business case for BPM: It's all is about time-based competition and setting the pace of innovation in your industry.

In this Webinar, BPM visionary and author, Peter Fingar, will arm you with a framework to help you shape the dialogue within your organization and create a case for action for business executives who must prepare their companies for today’s new world of extreme competition.

Are You Ready For Extreme Competition?

Seminar 1

The Process Centric CultureSeptember 21st, 2pm EDTSpeakers: Michael Melenovsky, Director, Gartner ResearchMike Forster, Chairman and CEO, CommerceQuest

Seminar 2

Taking The BPM Message To The Corner OfficeOctober 19, 2pm EDTSpeakers: Peter Fingar, Executive Partner, Greystone GroupRobert Farrell, President & CEO, Metastorm

Seminar 3

Proven Steps to BPM SuccessFebruary 15, 2006, 2pm EDT

As long as the BPM dialogue is restricted to technologists and BPM insiders, it's likely to become just another technique for squeezing out costs and making incremental performance improvements. Taking the message to "corner office" executives places BPM in its proper business context and positions it to its full potential as a technique to achieve sustainable competitive advantage. CIOs and their organizations must alert other C level executives about the true business case for BPM: It's all is about time-based competition and setting the pace of innovation in your industry.

In this Webinar, BPM visionary and author, Peter Fingar, will arm you with a framework to help you shape the dialogue within your organization and create a case for action for business executives who must prepare their companies for today’s new world of extreme competition.

Speaker Bios

Peter Fingar, Executive Partner in the digital strategy firm, the Greystone Group, is one of the industry’s noted experts on business process management, and a practitioner with over thirty years of hands-on experience at the intersection of business and technology. He is coauthor of the landmark books: The Real-Time Enterprise: Competing on Time; The Death of ‘e’ and the Birth of the Real New Economy; and Business Process Management: The Third Wave (www.mkpress.com).

Robert J. Farrell is President and Chief Executive Officer of Metastorm, Inc. – a global provider of Business Process Management (BPM) software to over 1200 companies. Mr. Farrell joined Metastorm in August 2002 to build a worldwide organization and operating plan to drive profitable revenue growth and position Metastorm as the leader in the BPM market. With over 20 years of extensive international business and technical experience, Mr. Farrell has held diverse and significant P&L responsibility in both large and small firms - traveling the globe to interact with many of the world’s largest organizations while driving and building successful business operations. As the key operating executive of several public and private companies, Mr. Farrell has been the architect and implementer of strategies that create customer, shareholder and employee value. Prior to Metastorm, Mr. Farrell was President, Americas Operations for Mercator Software, a NASDAQ listed provider of Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) software where he was responsible for driving significant growth. Mr. Farrell also held executive positions at LeadingSide, Inc. (formerly Dataware Technologies), Computer Horizons Corp., SECOR International Inc., E.F. Hutton, and American Express. Mr. Farrell speaks frequently at industry events, providing his sought after opinion on market and technology direction.

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