Many organizations spend significant time and resources on setting up a process repository. However, they often end up getting little to no value out of the initiative. This can be avoided through a value-driven approach to establishing and rolling out such a process repository.

In this webinar, we will discuss the following:

  • Outcome-driven set-up of a process repository
  • Effective enterprise-wide roll out of a process repository
  • Recommendations for getting started

Don’t miss this informative webinar!

At a Glance

Topic: Achieving an Enterprise-wide Impact on your Process Repository
Time: Thursday, Sept 20, 2018 at 4:30 p.m. GMT / 5:30 CET / 11:30 EST / 8:30 PST (suitable for Europe & the Americas)
Duration: 45 minutes + Q&A
Presenter: Mathias Kirchmer, BPM-D Founder
Where: LIVE online

You will receive the link to join the webinar and all other details by email. Can’t make the broadcast? Simply sign up anyway and you will be sent the recording to watch at your convenience.

About the Speaker

Dr. Mathias Kirchmer is a visionary leader, thought leader and innovator in the field of Business Process Management (BPM) and Digitalization, successfully integrating business and technology initiatives. He has combined his broad business experience with his extensive academic research to deliver pioneering management approaches that have proven to be both, sustainable and provide immediate benefits.

Most recently, Dr. Kirchmer founded BPM-D, a company focused on enabling ongoing digital transformation and strategy execution through the discipline of BPM. BPM-D is a trusted consulting partner in delivering pragmatic, innovative and sustainable results through the discipline of Business Process Management (BPM) and value-driven digitalization. Before founding BPM-D, Dr. Kirchmer was Managing Director and Global Lead of BPM at Accenture.

Dr. Kirchmer has published 11 books and over 150 articles. He is affiliated faculty at the University of Pennsylvania and teaches regularly at several other universities.

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