Listen to my podcast with Dennis Wisnosky, who was CTO of one of the largest organizations in the world, the U.S. Department of Defense. Dennis is the author of a number of books, and in this podcast we drill down on the lessons learned from working with the Department of Defense that apply to both BPM and banking.
Listen to my podcast with Thomas Koulopoulos, Chairman of the Boston-based global innovation think tank Delphi Group. Tom is also an Executive in Residence at Bentley University, and will be one of the keynote speakers at the iBPMS Expo. In this podcast, we discuss the "Internet of Everything," and exactly what that means for the future of BPM.
Peter: Hello this is Peter Schooff, Managing Editor at BPM.com, and today I have the great pleasure of speaking with Jim Sinur, past BPM analyst for Gardner and one of the most preeminent names in BPM.
Author of "Optimize Now (or Else!): How to Leverage Processes and Information to Achieve Enterprise Optimization" David M. Fisher was the first permanent Director of the Business Transformation Agency. The Business Transformation Agency (BTA) was an organization of the United States Department of Defense (DoD) responsible for guiding the Department’s business operations modernization. The agency aimed to foster business operations support for the American warfighter and seeks to provide accountability to the American taxpayer by systematically improving DoD’s business processes, ERP systems and investment governance.
The author of seven books on BPM, BPR and business transformation, an internationally acclaimed writer and speaker, the pioneer of IDEF (the first successful standard process modeling notation), recognized as a “Hero of US Manufacturing” by Fortune Magazine, Dennis Wisnosky has been one the most influential leaders in Business Process Management. Most recently Dennis led the fundamental transformation of BPMN is used across the Department of Defense, spearheading an approach that is now being adopted across both public and private sector enterprises. Among others, he received a Fed100 Award (2006) and an “Excellence in Government Leadership Award (2011) in recognition of his accomplishments. As a Director in a Fortune 500 company – built an Enterprise Architecture that served as the North Star for installation of more than 100 industrial robots in less than a year. As Group Vice President in a Mid Tier High Technology – integrated 3 dysfunctional business units and 2 start-ups into a new organization that became the 2nd largest Robotics company in the USA and the 5th largest in the world.