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Operational Excellence 2.0: Invented in Silicon Valley?

Coming out of the Pandemic Business Slowdown

Introducing Agile BPM

Business Process Management in a Digital World - Trends and Predictions

Hyperautomation - Ballyhoo or Best Practice?

Agile BPM: How to apply Agile Concepts to Business Process Management and Business Analysis

Join Gregg Rock and our lead Agile instructor, Joanne Carswell, as they introduce a new methodology – Agile BPM. This webcast discusses five agile concepts that can be directly applied to process improvement and management as well as to business analysis initiatives. We’ll discuss how to adapt these agile concepts to provide value more frequently to the process users. You will leave this session with tangible action items as well as a better understanding of agile. A more in-depth view of this concept - infusing BPM with agile - may be found in the new curriculum offered by BPMInstitute.org.They will also provide a brief overview of each of the courses in our Agile BPM Certificate Program: Agile Methodology for BPM: Discusses how to apply agile concepts, principles, and standards for members of Business Process Management including analysts, project managers, and leaders. Providing value more frequently in BPM is emphasized.

Principles of a Well-Architected Solution

Meet the Author: Nandan Mullakara & Arun Kumar Asokan, Robotic Process Automation Projects

In this webcast, authors Nandan Mullakara and Arun Kumar share insights into their new book, 'Robotic Process Automation Projects: Build real-world RPA solutions using UiPath and Automation Anywhere' (Packt Publishing, 2020). Tune in as they share with the audience the array of different step-by-step real-world projects their book contains.  This project-based guide will help you progress through easy to more advanced RPA projects. You'll learn the principles of RPA and how to architect solutions to meet the demands of business automation, along with exploring the most popular RPA tools - UiPath and Automation Anywhere.  This RPA book is for enterprise application developers, software developers, business analysts, or any professional who wants to implement RPA across various domains of the business. Special Offer for Our Members! 

Using Hackathons to Create Process-Centric Teams

Collaboration- More than Meets the Eye

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