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  Mon, Oct 26, 2009
  Mon, Oct 26, 2009

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"Exceptional and life transforming. This training should be on every corporate agenda"
CIO Pharmaceutical, Florida

"I took BPM training back in December, and Steve Towers was the instructor. The training was simply fantastic, because Steve has that rare ability to connect with his trainees. Not only did I walk away from the training with a new perspective on Business Process Management, but I walked away with an invaluable analysis tool."
Senior Systems Analyst, Barclays Bank

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Enterprise BPM
 Who Should Attend ?

This conference is designed for enterprise professionals of every discipline including non - information disciplines as well as information disciplines who are playing one or more roles (as described below)

CEOs, Directors, VPs, CTOs and CIOs of End -User companies (such as Telecom, Airlines, Finance, Insurance, Retail, Manufacturing, Energy, Product and service, etc.), IT Services companies .

Senior Executives who want to learn how peers at the world's leading organizations are creating business advantage using architecture strategies

Directors, Senior Managers involved in Software Engineering Process

Senior Management responsible for IT and Architecture Governance

Directors, VPs and Senior Managers involved in offshore business initiatives such as BPO, ITES

Business Consultants, Heads of Business Units, Director Marketing & Sales

Chief Architects, Enterprise Architects
Software Architects, Solution Architects, Technical Architects
IT Consultant, Product Managers, Technical Managers
Project Managers, Program Managers, R&D Managers
Further, the conference is appropriate for both management and operational (technical) professionals. This will be great primer for beginners and will provide new insight & fresh ideas for people with experience in BPM.
The prerequisite knowledge for participants includes:
Domain / Business knowledge
Ability to map the domain specific language (terminology) to the architecture specific language
Distributed computing principles
Architecture specification principles, such as abstraction, refinement, composition, modeling etc.

Representation and modeling notations like UML/BPMN


Invented the phrase Business
   Process Management (BPM) in  1993

Established the world's first global
   BPM community in 1993

Co-created the world's first Advanced
   BPM Method - 8 Omega in 2004

Received the 'Lifetime Achievement
   Award' at Gartners San Diego in 2007

What you will Learn?
How to embed Business Process Management within an organization to ensure a continuous business process involvement culture.
Practical tools, explanations and assistance in the successful implementation of a BPM project.
Several case studies to illustrate various steps and aspects of the
Step by step how to conduct a process improvement and redesign project.
Complete cycle of business Process Mapping and links
Seven "rules" for effective Process Modelling
Avoiding the red herring of Process Notations
How Six Sigma is part of BPM and how BPM and SOA merge?
WHAT, WHY and HOW about true process improvement.
Architecture assessment