Kirchmer, M., Franz, P: The Process of Process Management – Strategy Execution in a Digital World BPM-D Paper, Philadelphia, London, July 2015.
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These are interesting times for anyone working the BPM space and this week’s IRM UK BPM Conference looks like it will be hitting all the hot topics. I particularly like the theme being addressed by the keynote speaker, Professor Eddie Obeng – “How to live in a world which is changing faster than you can learn”. […]
Mathias Kirchmer, Peter Franz, Alexander Lotterer: The BPM Discipline: Getting More Value out of Six Sigma and Traditional Process Improvement BPM-D® Paper – Philadelphia, London, June 2015
Mumbai, India. BPM-D® is expanding its global reach with a new operation that opened in Mumbai at the end of May. BPM-D® works closely with large and medium-sized organisations to resolve business problems through the discipline of business process management. The new team in India will offer new and existing BPM-D® clients a range of […]
Mathias Kirchmer: The Process of Process Management – Mastering the New Normal in a Digital World. Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Business Modelling and Software Design, Milan, 06-08 June 2015,At Milan, Volume: 5.
Chester, Pa.—BPM-D® and University Technology Park announced today that BPM-D®, an international start-up company that helps businesses reach their full potential through business process management (BPM), will move to University Technology Park in Chester on May 1. BPM-D® has a presence in the United States, the United Kingdom and India. Clients for BPM-D® consulting, coaching […]
Targeting Value in a digital work is the subject of one of our very popular papers that is referenced in the latest imPACT Times. See the full article.
Most of us are familiar with the need for businesses to operate in the digital as well as the physical worlds. E-commerce, digital, online, social media – we’re on it, or at least working on it. But now, according to a new report by Gartner, we need to be ready for these two worlds to merge. And then there is the “Internet of the Things” where people, things and business will soon become so interconnected that it will be hard to tell where one ends and the other begins.
As part of the collaboration between BPM-D and the Universidad de Chile in Santiago, Dr. Mathias Kirchmer discussed the topic “Targeting Value in a Digital World” with students, faculty and business representatives. The presentations were based on the related BPM-D white paper.