Are you facing any of these situations?
- We’ve bought BPM technology. How do we get started?
- We got off to the wrong foot on BPM processes. How do we fix that?
- We’ve done process modeling of the As Is processes? What do we do next?
Join us June 4 at 1:00 PM Eastern (GMT-5) for an exclusive online learning event led by noted process guru Shelley Sweet of i4Process and BPM.com’s Nathaniel Palmer for an insightful and informative look at how to get started on the right path, and how to quickly correct if you didn’t, with Business Process Management.
This workshop will address these three use cases and help you figure out what to next. For each scenario, the workshop will address:
1.What’s most important here?
2.How do you engage executive sponsorship in the discussion and gain their commitment?
3.How can metrics help us make the point?
Learn best practices to get off to the right start. Use practitioner tips to refocus your BPM effort. Select and engage the right executive sponsor and process owner for support and success. Use joint model-driven process models to provide momentum for the BPM efforts.
About Shelley Sweet
|Shelley Sweet, President of i4Process, is a well-know BPM Practitioner with 20 years of experience helping organization improve their business process. She provides a unique 3-PEAT method of modeling processes and analyzing data that accelerates operational improvement, and builds leader and employees who sustain operational excellence. Her track record includes over 100 complex projects redesigning processes to eliminate wastes, minimize wait and cycle time, and create customer delight. Representative clients include Bank of America, Chevron, Cisco, Oracle, Merck, Sandia National Laboratories, Santa Clara County, and University of California at Berkeley.|
About Nathaniel Palmer
|A best-selling author, practitioner and one of the originators of Dynamic Case Management, Nathaniel is co-author of a dozen books on innovation and knowledge work, including “How Knowledge Workers Get Things Done” (FSI 2012), “Social BPM” (Future Strategies), “Mastering the Unpredictable” (MK Press, 2008), “Excellence in Practice (FSI 2007), as well as the “Encyclopedia of Database Systems” (Springer Reference, 2007) and “The X-Economy” (Texere, 2001). Nathaniel has been the Chief Architect for projects involving investments of $100 Million or more, and frequently tops the lists of the most recognized names in his field. He was the first individual named as Laureate in Workflow. He has been featured in media ranging from Fortune to The New York Times, and has authored several articles in publications such as Intelligent Enterprise, KMWorld, CIOand InformationWeek, as well as a featured expert onNational Public Radio, World Business Review, and The Emerald Planet in conjunction with Internet pioneer Vint Cerf.|