Business Process Management (BPM) transforms strategy into execution – at pace with certainty. That’s how the BPM-Discipline contributes to an organization’s journey to the next generation enterprise. However, in order to be successful on that journey you need the right BPM-Discipline in place.
We are excited to announce that the BPM-Discipline executive training and the BPM-D® company launch in February will be co-hosted by the Organizational Dynamics Program of the university of Pennsylvania. http://www.organizationaldynamics.upenn.edu/[/fourcol_three_last]
We wish our customers, partners and staff a successful New Year – Enabled as a next Generation enterprise. Why not start the year with a refresh of your BPM agenda.
Mark von Rosing, August-Wilhelm Scheer, Henrik von Scheel, Mathias Krichmer, Peter Franz and others: Business Process Trends.In book: The Complete Business Process Handbook, Volume 1, Publisher: Elsevier – Morgan Kaufmann, pp.187-216
Mathias Kirchmer, Peter Franz, Mark von Rosing: The Chief Process Officer: An Emerging Top Management Role. Editors: Rosing, M.v., Scheer, A.-W., Scheel, H.v.: In book: The Complete Business Process Handbook, Volume 1, Publisher: Elsevier – Morgan Kaufmann, pp.343-348
Mathias Kirchmer: Management of Process Excellence. Editors: Brocke, v. J., Rosemann, M., In book: Handbook on Business Process Management 2– Strategic Alignment, Governance, People and Culture. 2nd edition, NewYork, Berlin e.a. 2014, pp.39-56