Many BPM groups are at a serious crossroads – continue as they are or increase their maturity, capability, and competency to take on the role of large BPMS enabled BPM project orchestration and committing to a dramatically expanded benefit expectation.
Many BPM/BPMS projects have been successful and many groups are in many ways sophisticated users of the BPM concepts and technology. But, even in these groups problems abound and issues with design, iteration, approach and more persist. In less sophisticated BPM groups, these and other problems are daily reminders of the fact that BPM and BPMS technology are still rapidly evolving and yesterday’s successes and skills are just that – yesterdays.
However, many groups are stuck in their evolution to greater roles and influence.
The simple fact is that it is time to deal with BPM/BPMS in a different way. This Webinar will introduce attendees to many of the evolving iBPM concepts and ways to leverage the iBPMS technology to reduce project time and cost while helping to prove improvements – before you need to build the solution.
The Webinar will also look into a way to begin to control the evolution of BPM’s role in a company and to create a capability centric, formal plan to leverage management expectation in creating a plan for BPM’s expanded use.
Please join Dan Morris and Keith Leust, for an introduction of these concepts and approaches. I believe you will be exposed to new ideas that may well prove to be of significant benefit. This Webinar will be followed by others that look at the issues that will be discussed in greater detail.
Dan is a columnist for PEX and a member of the ABPMP board. Dan and Keith are focused on finding ways to improve BPM/BPMS operations and help companies obtain greater benefits through BPM. We suggest that you look on the PEX website for columns and papers from Dan and Keith. Many BPM practitioners have found them to be thought provoking.
Keith Leust is a Six Sigma Black Belt and a Certified Business Architect” as the sentence after “Dan Morris is a columnist for PEX and a member of the ABPMP board.