to facilitate knowledge exchange and networking, we would like to invite you to our first “Best Practice Talk” about Process Management. The event will take place on March 30, 2017 at the Mercure Hotel Hamburg Mitte.
Experts from Olympus, ECE, and PhantoMinds will provide inspiring presentations and we will have enough time to discuss BPM questions. 🙂
Please visit our xing event for all the details:
See you in Hamburg!
We are very happy to invite you to the most comprehensive Best Practice in Process Management Conference ever! Meet us at Lufthansa Training & Conference Center and join the journey from Process Operation to Process Innovation.
It took more than a year to evaluate, to double-check, and to combine all workshop results to a new and holistic approach for sustainable process management.
But now, the ProcessInnovation8 is there and will guide us at the conference! 🙂
The ProcessInnovation8 provides direction to BPM professionals and management throughout the phases Process Strategy, Process Enhancement, Process Implementation, Process Steering, and Process Innovation while keeping a special focus onto the human side of BPM to maximize acceptance and benefit of BPM.
To share our learnings, introduce practical examples, discuss latest BPM insights, experience the BPinPM.net community, enjoy the dinner, and, and, and…, we are looking forward to meet you in Seeheim! 🙂
Please order your tickets now. Capacity is limited and the early bird tickets will be available for a short period of time only.
Again, this will be a local conference in Germany, but if enough non-German-speaking experts are interested, we will think about ways to share the know-how with the international BPinPM.net community as well. Please feel free to contact the team.
We would like to draw your attention to a promising Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Business Process Management held by four well-respected Professors:
Marlon Dumas, Marcello La Rosa, Jan Mendling, and Hajo Reijers, authors of the successful textbook “Fundamentals of Business Process Management”, will guide you through this course in person. During 7 weeks, starting on 12 October, you will watch videos and do online quizzes along the business process management lifecycle. You can watch the videos/do the quizzes at your own pace within each week, with a workload of 2-4 hours per week.
Processes are everywhere and the course will show you how to systematically model, analyze, redesign, automate and monitor them. The techniques you get to know are generally applicable in any domain that you can think of – let it be public organizations, schools, banks, logistics, healthcare or production companies, to name but a few. Not to forget, it will be great fun!
Just enroll here: https://moocs.qut.edu.au/learn/fundamentals-of-bpm-october-2015
Several members of the BPinPM.net community have already enrolled to this MOOC and I am quite sure that you will also benefit from this new course. – And you can even earn a certificate! 🙂
A few weeks ago, a group of fearless BPM experts took on a journey through the Innovation Helix guided by the innovation experts Prof. Sonja Zillner and Dr. Bernhard Krusche from Ignore Gravity.
As already introduced at the last BPinPM.net Conference in 2014, the Innovation Helix is a framework which provides road map and tools to create an innovation friendly environment and capabilities in organizations. As innovation can neither be reduced to a manageable process nor creativity purely, from a BPM perspective, we attempted to find first process-oriented solutions in this field of tension as we traveled along the three dimensions of the helix. Continue reading “We survived the journey through the Innovation Helix”
Last week, the BPinPM.net team visited the conference Wirtschaftsinformatik 2015 in Osnabrück. Topic of this year’s conference was Smart Enterprise Engineering.
In three days, several research and business tracks gave visitors insights in emerging trends of information systems. Furthermore, different companies (e.g., Thyssen Krupp or SAP) presented their next steps for achieving digitalized business.
For example, Thyssen Krupp wants to use Big Data and digitalization to revolutionize their elevator business. In the future, elevators won’t be travelling solely vertically but also horizontally. In the keynote, this video was shown. We found it very impressing and it fits very well to our scheduled innovation workshop “BPM meets the Innovation Helix“. Continue reading “Insights from German flagship conference Wirtschaftsinformatik 2015”
„Quo Vadis, BPM?“ – This was already the title of the key note speech held by Dr. Bernhard Krusche at our recent BPinPM.net Process Management Conference and most of the conference participants agreed, that the challenges of the digital transformation of organizations will also challenge BPM.
Dr. Krusche’s idea to combine tools of successful innovation processes with structured BPM started a discussion on how this fusion of classical BPM and new innovation methodologies could look like.
Thus, we decided to set up a workshop to explore the “Innovation Helix” which was invented by Dr. Krusche and Prof. Sonja Zillner and match it with the BPM Life Cycle.
To learn more about this innovation workshop, please check the event details…
Bringing experts together, exchanging knowledge, and gaining new ideas from other business areas is the ongoing spirit of the BPinPM.net conferences. In November 2014, the third conference was held under the motto “Leading BPM” and we welcomed over 80 experts from diverse industry and business areas as well as the social sector in Lufthansa Training & Conference Center Seeheim in the area of Frankfurt.
Dr. Bernhard Krusche from the association “NEXT SOCIETY” started the conference with his thought-provoking keynote “Quo Vadis, BPM?”. He encouraged the audience to think outside the box and to be open-minded towards future trends like the digital age and its implications for personal life, business, and BPM. – As result of the discussion, we will pick up this topic in 2015 to further explore how BPM can prepare for the next society.
Continue reading “Leading BPM. – Impressions of BPinPM.net Conference 2014”
In a growing number of organizations, focus of BPM is moving towards leadership oriented topics to increase acceptance and benefit of process management systems. Basics like process modeling and compliance management are already quite mature and widely discussed. Thus, we are going to put the motto “Leading BPM” into reality and will pay attention to upcoming areas such as “real” BPM training (not system training) for employees and management, change management aspects, and activities to strengthen acceptance of BPM systems.
To facilitate these topics, we joined forces with BPM experts from business areas like engineering, finance, aerospace, social sector, and chemical industry to perform a number of workshops to identify best practices. Combined with latest insights from scientific world and practical examples, results of the workshops will be presented at the 2014 BPinPM.net Process Management Conference on Nov 24/25 at Lufthansa Training & Conference Center Seeheim in the area of Frankfurt, Germany.
In addition, we will focus on future-oriented BPM topics and present detailed results of our “Digital Age BPM” workshop series which we have performed in cooperation with digital leadership expert Willms Buhse and his doubleYUU team. In a group of five organizations from various sectors, we experimented with bringing BPM and digital age aspects such as social media, web 2.0, agile management, and mobile devices together. Results are quite fascinating and will be presented on day two of the conference. Continue reading “Leading BPM – Agenda of 2014 BPinPM.net Conference revealed!”
This week, we are starting a new project to foster process management awareness in the education and social sector. – The BPM2thePeople Award is our prize for best practice examples that increase the quality of processes in organizations from education or social sector.
The winner of the award serves as an ideal for other organizations and supports the future development towards full establishment of BPM in these sectors.
Nowadays, many organizations from education or social sector are still afraid of such topics and feel insecure about implementing BPM projects to encourage the management of their processes. – It is time to change that thinking, now! Continue reading “BPM2thePeople Award – Spread the word and win a conference ticket!”
Good news: We found fearless BPM experts!
Two weeks ago, we met for the first session of our workshop series. After getting to know each other and understanding the process management systems in the different organizations, we started to familiarize ourselves with the possibilities of web 2.0 and social media in the context of BPM.
After dreaming and dreading what the future might hold for us, we began to design useful approaches of embedding social media in process management environments. The initial skepticism faded after we generated many applicable ideas – but was not washed away. Our main goal became manifested in one word: Benefit. Whatever we are going to design, the premise is the advantage the users are gaining by applying it. Continue reading “First results in pushing ‘Digital Age BPM’ ahead!”