The business world is changing now faster than ever. Successfully harnessing emerging technologies and realising their potential is now the foremost challenge in our new landscape.  

Few organisations are addressing this more effectively than the UK Oil & Gas Authority (OGA) 

Their innovative endeavours are supported by 7 key lenses – learn about each of these and how to establish them in your environment through this complimentary breakfast briefing. From industryleading data deployment to the revolutionization of business functions previously entrenched in tradition, see the real-world impact digitalisation is having today. 

Hosted in conjunction with both BPM-DSignavio, mechanisms for structuring organisational paradigm shifts will also be explored such as generating end-to-end clarity or driving strategy execution through your change initiatives.  

About the presentation

OGA are forging ahead with an innovative digital transformation programme which will take them to the forefront of the energy sector. Looking to promote economic activity and regulatory compliance across the UK, they have instigated a journey of standardisation of data, system optimisation, and development of an entrepreneurial company culture. 

See how they are aligning numerous cuttingedge initiatives through process. By developing a deep understanding of what it is that the OGA does using Signavio Process Manager, they can better align their people, shape the numerous other initiatives, and break down communication barriers to build a collaborative environment. 

About the presenter

John Seabourn is Head of Digital Services for the UK Oil & Gas Authority with a demonstrated history of working in Central Government, the Oil & Energy industry and the Aviation industry. Skilled in geography, cartography, ESRI ArcGIS Enterprise, spatial and non-spatial databases and data mapping 

Peter Franz, Co-CEO at BPM-D, has been working at the forefront of Business Process Management (BPM) for many years as part of a 30 year career with Accenture. He has developed a number of innovative approaches to solve implementation issues in pragmatic and results-oriented way. 

Date: 17th September, 2019

Venue: The Shard (near London Bridge Tube) 

Agenda

08:00 – Registration and Networking Breakfast

08:45 – BPM-D Introduce OGA’s scenario and initial approach

08:55 – OGA’s John Seabourn presents the project from their perspective

09:10 – BPM-D share the future of Digital Transformation

09:45 – Networking

10:30 – Depart

We are looking forward to welcoming you, or a colleague, to the briefing.

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