Gartner Business Process Management Summit. 7 – 8 March 2011. London, UK

Start: March 7, 2011
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Making it happen: Driving high performance results beyond the hype

How do you address the challenges of a market in flux? How do you position your organization for success in a changed world? How do you control costs and increase agility at the same time?

The answers lie in creating, nurturing and deriving benefits from a culture of business process excellence – fundamentally driven by the principles and practices of BPM.

Yet it’s no easy task to create and maintain business process competencies throughout the enterprise. Selecting the right BPM technologies to support your strategy is only the beginning; it is far more demanding to create and keep the kind of BPM-centric culture that in itself requires deep-rooted organizational change.

At the 2011 Summit we’ll explore proven BPM best practices and the latest BPM technologies—and deliver the actionable insights, information and problem-solving you need to create or expand a successful BPM program of your own. You will leave with a BPM action plan custom-tailored to your organization’s needs and goals – all in an accelerated time-frame that will quickly yield visible, measurable signs of success.

Who Should Attend

This event is open to both Gartner clients and non-client organizations.

It is aimed at senior IT and business executives involved with BPM initiatives:

  • Business and systems analysts
  • Chief process officers and BPM project managers
  • Business process owners
  • Strategy, operations, finance, and compliance leaders
  • Process focused change management executives

Key Benefits

Organizations today are more connected and change is thrust upon them. Stop reacting and make your organization in control of events, information, and competitive threats.

  • Get concrete advice into how to grow and enhance your organization by improving business processes with BPM.
  • Grasp the principles for combining business analytics with process intelligence for BAM and BPM.
  • Learn techniques for business and IT practitioners to collectively visualize and solve process problems.
  • Come away with a roadmap for making the case for BPM with senior business and IT executives.
  • Protect your existing application investment and learn how to factor BPM into your application strategy.
  • Discover best practices for cutting through organizational politics and risk aversion that impact BPM efforts.
  • Expand process improvement efforts to processes supported by outsourcers and cloud service providers.
  • Learn about the different levels of BPM maturity and the benefits of each.
  • Become acquainted with the different types of BPM technologies.

Source: Gartner

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