The BPM-D Framework is recognised now as providing a comprehensive reference point for organisations seeking to develop Business Process Management as a robust and value-adding management discipline.
We are pleased to announce that this valuable framework has now been captured, as a reference model, within two of the leading BPM repositories. This coincides with exciting partnerships with Software AG and with Signavio.
As part of the Symposium for Business Modeling and Software Development the BPM-D® Managing Director and Co-CEO, Dr. Mathias Kirchmer, will present on June 25th 2014 the topic “Value-driven Design and Implementation of Business Processes”. The presentation is based on a peer-reviewed article which will be published in the conference proceedings.
See more details here
World-renowned Saxophonist Brandon Allen, host of the Late Late Show at Ronnie Scott’s every Wednesday, will perform with his Quartet during the BPM-D Networking Event and BPM-D Framework Launch at One Aldwych, London from 5.00 – 8.00 PM on March, 6th 2014:
– Brandon Allen, Saxophone
– Tim Lapthorn, Piano
– Mark Lewandowski, Acoustic Bass
– John Blease, Drums
This is another example how BPM-D combines business and Jazz. One of BPM-D’s educational offerings is a workshop entitled “What Business Engineers can learn from Jazz Musicians”. You can register for the launch event by clicking here.
The popular training course “Executive Introduction to the BPM Discipline” was due to take place at the University of Pensylvania on 13 February 2014. Due to poor weather this has been postponed to 18th March. Please reconfirm your registration for the new date.
Registrations for both this event in the US (18 March) and the same event on 6 March in London are still open.
See details here.
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]