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Breaking Through the Barriers to BPM Success

Companies worldwide have for generations sought to better manage their key business processes to improve efficiency, insight into their impact, and to achieve greater business flexibility. The introduction of new technology consistently provides new ways to achieve these benefits yet each new technology also imposes constraints, or barriers, in the path of success. In addition the natural resistance to human and organizational change in the enterprise is a deterrent process optimization.

BPM Skills Self-Assessment

Aspiring and veteran BPM practitioners alike can use this self-assessment to determine current strengths and weaknesses across six critical Practice Areas. It will also help you determine your odds of obtaining a BPM Certification. Please note: The assessment has been updated and is no longer presented as a webcast. Please visit the link below to take the assessment. Are you just getting your feet wet in Business Process Management and want to know where to start? Do you have some experience but want formalized training?BPMInstitute.org's training program may be the right choice for you.Training is essential to maintain your edge and get ahead in today's difficult economic times. It's becoming more and more important to differentiate. Becoming a process thinker will allow you to achieve both of these objectives. With so many BPM course options, what is a fast and efficient way to find out where to begin?

The State of BDM

BDM and it's Progression as a Critical Skill Area Join Gregg Rock, Editor and Founder of BPMInstitute.org and Larry Goldberg, Managing Partner of KPI, Inc. where they will guide you through the "State of BDM". In the first portion, Gregg provides an update on the "State of BDM" at BPMInstitute.org, including content and membership updates, and educational opportunities. Then hear Larry provide a brilliant overview of BDM as a space and it’s progression as a critical skill area.

Government Best Practices and Customer Success with BPM

Governments and companies worldwide have for generations sought to better manage the processes that are key to their constituencies and business by managing them to improve efficiency, insight into their impact, and how to use them to achieve greater flexibility. Over the years the introduction of new technology provides new ways to achieve these benefits yet each new technology also imposes a barrier in the path of success. In addition, change management and human and organizational change is a naturally resistant force that can stand in the way of success.

BPM for Government Demo

This webcast 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 help government agencies achieve continuous process improvement. This workshop webcast 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.

Getting the Process of BPMS Right: The Need for an Implementation Methodology

Many people understand that BPMS Technology is important and maybe even revolutionary. However delivering BPMS solutions remains a challenge as practitioners in the field know only too well. In many ways, BPMS platforms have outpaced BPMS practice. What that means is that while we do have the cutting edge technology platforms to build BPMS solutions, the process of doing so still uses the old ways of IT.So how do we do BPMS right?Many people understand that BPMS Technology is important and maybe even revolutionary. However delivering BPMS solutions remains a challenge as practitioners in the field know only too well. In many ways, BPMS platforms have outpaced BPMS practice. What that means is that while we do have the cutting edge technology platforms to build BPMS solutions, the process of doing so still uses the old ways of IT.So how do we do BPMS right? In this session we discuss:

Driving Excellence in Customer Experience with BPM

Today, more than ever, customers have greater expectations and less patience when interacting with suppliers. We now expect businesses to be always-on, everywhere, integrated, and smart.  Companies which passively wait until a process breaks find it not only an expensive way to solve a problem but also risky to their brand and reputation as more and more customers complain via social media channels. In fact, according to a survey on operational responsiveness, 67% of companies heard about problems from their customers before they had identified them themselves.

PMI Mortgage Insurance Co’s Roadmap to Business Agility

Case study about how PMI used rules management and process management to achieve business agility i.e. better, faster and cheaper changes to achieve business results. Also discusses how IT collaborated with business as facilitator and enabler.

Process Improvement: Patterns for Success

Customer success stories and practical examples of how to get started in BPM and how to identify patterns. Statistics and trends illustrate the perfect storm of ever-increasing complexities and IT challenges colliding with business goals and the need for increased agility. David features several use cases and success metrics. Both webcast archive and PDF are available.

How to Break Through the Barriers to BPM

Discussion of the role BPM plays in technology and changes in technology. Process management is about being able to adapt and change. Dan addresses the challenges to BPM success and provide best practices and case studies to highlight processes, results and challenges addressed.
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