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The Decision Model: Recent Advances

The Decision Model is a new Business Logic Framework that impacts not just technology trends but also business management practices.It brings to the world of business rules a well-defined structure based on the inherent nature of logic, extended with integrity and normalization principles. This is similar to the concept to what the relational model brings to the world of data. Presenter Bio

Visibility and Analytics for Continuous Process Improvement

Statistics and trends illustrate the perfect storm of ever-increasing complexities and IT challenges colliding with business goals and the need for increased agility. Neil features several use cases and success metrics. Businesses are struggling to meet the challenges of today’s dynamic business network: rising customer expectations, rapid economic swings, and new global competitors require business agility to respond faster to change.

BPM In Action

See BPM in action from a discovery, implementation and optimization standpoint. A core component of BPM is the ability to streamline and automate business processes, providing the flexibility required to compete in today’s complex and fast-paced environment. Process automation allows you to transform manual, disjointed activities into streamlined, repeatable ones with consistent results, saving you time and optimizes costs to make the most of your investments.

How BPM Enables Transformation

See a demo of how upfront analysis maps the organization and processes and then optimizes them. The presenter demonstrates the cycle of identifying the process, goals and strategies of the organization from the enterprise architecture perspective moving down into the business process analysis. The key purpose is to identify which processes make sense to automate.

Case Study: United Airlines Lessons Learned in Transformation

United Airlines discusses initial challenges when you start a project and the things that the tool and methodologies do to make it work.  Learn how and why United Airlines chose the tool and how United Airlines moved forward and integrated the tool to support its BA domain.

BPM Results and Key Success Factors

BPM can deliver levels of transparency, productivity and accountability across your business. To achieve this, you must start with understanding the actionable, practical and proven steps for process improvement success. People usually focus on individual projects when implementing BPM versus considering the entire enterprise.

BPM can deliver levels of transparency, productivity and accountability across your business. To achieve this, you must start with understanding the actionable, practical and proven steps for process improvement success.

How BPM Enables Transformation: Part 2

See a demo of how upfront analysis maps the organization and processes and then optimizes them. The presenter demonstrates the cycle of identifying the process, goals and strategies of the organization from the enterprise architecture perspective moving down into the business process analysis. See a demo of how upfront analysis maps the organization and processes and then optimizes them.

How To Make The BPM Promise A Reality

Learn how to align the promise of BPM with your current process initiatives. This will be an interactive workshop where participants share their past experiences in BPM and identify pitfalls and best practices. Additionally, participants will break out into team to develop BPM strategies based on use case scenarios.

BPM Project Best Practices

Learn how to align the promise of BPM with your current process initiatives. This will be an interactive workshop where participants share their past experiences in BPM and identify pitfalls and best practices. Additionally, participants will break out into team to develop BPM strategies based on use case scenarios.

The Role of Leadership in Improving Operations

Customers are increasingly demanding higher levels of speed and quality, yet leaders often focus mainly on reducing the costs of operations. Confronted by current and anticipated business challenges, incremental improvements to operations, while still important, will no longer be sufficient to gain advantage. This presentation outlines the needed evolution in leadership attitudes and behaviors in key operational areas. This presentation is based on Andrew Spanyi’s book – Operational Leadership – and it builds upon concepts introduced by Dr. John Kotter, Dr. G.
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