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BPM as the Cornerstone of the Post-IT Enterprise

Enterprises actively outsource parts of their IT into Cloud (or SAAS). Is it possible for them to outsource the whole of IT, and what would be the structure of such Enterprise – Cloud symbiosis? The author of the presentation shows that the recent appearance of the BPM SAAS (Coghead®, Lombardi®, etc.) allows Enterprises to move into the post-IT era by outsourcing everything but their Business Architectures. The author considers possible practical service and personnel structures of such architectures, which would enable Enterprises to remain agile while becoming more cost effective.

Creating a New Process Using Process Design Principles

Process design principles are distilled best practices derived from world class organizations. These principles provide a guideline for process improvement efforts. By using design principles, new processes can be designed very quickly. In addition these new processes will exhibit higher quality, lower cost, faster cycle time, and less worker frustration.

Decision Management and Enterprise 2.0 - The Future of Collaboration

Organizations wishing to embrace Decision Management often recognize its value but are not optimally positioned to realize the benefits. This often happens for two critical reasons – the inability of technical and business units to exchange information in an efficient manner, and a corporate organizational structure that hinders efficient cooperation and communication. Overcoming these obstacles will be critical to realizing Enterprise 2.0 – and will be supported by it as well.

Case Study: So You Want to Tackle a Continuous Improvement Process Automation Project?

Reviewing 8 years of case studies, we'll see the impacts of large and small projects in a variety of business areas; how they were implemented; and how well they succeeded. We’ll look at a variety of approaches and study the key criteria required for all successful continuous improvement process automation endeavors. As you attack your next BPM project, consider the experiences shared in this session. Know what you’re getting into and understand who you might want to bring along for the journey!

BDM - Beyond Business Rules

We define Business Decision Management(BDM) and show its relationship to Business Rules, Business Process Management (BPM) and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). We demonstrate how BDM ties Business Rules to BPM and SOA, and how it can significantly enhance the business capability of these technologies. Finally we look at what it takes to implement BDM in terms of skills, technology, and methodology, and how to get started toward success.

Facilitation Skills for Project Meetings

It seems like we're always in project meetings - planning meetings, status meetings, meetings to figure things out, meetings to review what’s been done, and more. Yet most meetings are viewed as unproductive, tedious, wastes of precious time. You can change that! By applying some simple facilitation techniques, you can transform both your virtual and face-to-face meetings into wellplanned, well-managed journeys that engage the team while achieving the intended goals.

Opening Keynote: BPM Governance & Sustainability

This presentation will present highlights of recent research including the following:
  • What is BPM Governance?
  • How do leading firms develop governance for BPM?
  • How does BPM governance enable the
  • improvement and management of crossfunctional business processes?
  • What are some of the major obstacles to overcome?
  • Why is accountability for end-to-end processes so critical?
  • Why is BPM governance essential to
  • sustainability?

    Can Six Sigma and Business Process Management Coexist?

    This talk will provide an overview of BPM and Six Sigma to indicate where there are synergies between the various types of programs. BPM builds the framework to create strategic alignment, measure business processes using metrics aligned to business goals, and identify performance gaps that have a major impact on the customer and on achieving desired business results. Six Sigma can be used as the vehicle to implement significant quality mprovement, stabilize the processes and close the gaps. Six Sigma can be used to remove waste from the process and provide higher quality resulting in improved customer satisfaction. Together they can provide a process enabled and customer focused enterprise.

    Why Business Optimization Efforts Fail

    Many business optimization initiatives struggle in achieving success and up to 70% fail for one key reason - a failure to recognize and manage the impact of the changes on the organization. Business architecture plays an important role in managing organizational change. In this session we discuss why your initiatives may be at risk, and what efforts to take to mitigate those risks applying a framework tied to your business architecture.

    Which BPMS is Right for You?

    BPM Suites provide an end-to-end platform for BPM solutions combining modeling, implementation design, runtime execution, and performance monitoring/optimization. There are dozens to choose from, but not all are optimized for the same types of processes and user skills. We'll discuss what goes into industry analyst evaluations of BPM Suites, what makes one product better than another, and how to find the BPMS that best fits your needs.
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