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On September 21th 2012, the BPinPM.net initiative welcomed 80 process management experts to the first BPinPM.net Process Management Conference in the Lufthansa Training & Conference Center Seeheim.
To get started, Prof. Dr. Tim Weitzel from Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg presented a key note depicting severe impacts of inaccurate IT project management.
Structured into the four topics of process modeling, integration of normative and legislative requirements, organization-wide defined process model, and process management roles, nine exciting and informative lectures followed. Continue reading “Impressions of BPinPM.net Process Management Conference”
The second topic we discussed in the first Best Practice in Process Management workshop was “Integration of legislative and normative requirements into processes”.
As in the first topic, all organizations introduced the way of integrating requirements into processes, presented examples as well as strengths and weaknesses. Our key findings are summarized in the following presentation. Continue reading “Integration of Requirements into Processes – Best Practice Workshop Key Findings (Video + Slides)”
We are proud to announce the first BPinPM.net video, today!
This is the first video of a series that we’ve started to produce to publish the results of our Best Practice in Process Management workshops.
Within this video, we present the results of the survey we’ve performed as basis for the workshops. Target of the survey was to create an overview about the interests in key aspects of process management and to identify the experts of the particular topics.
Continue reading “Video and slides of Best Practice in Process Management survey results”
During the first Best Practice in Process Management workshop we discussed different solutions to integrate normative and legislative requirements into processes. Somehow the approaches of the participating companies were comparable, but depending on the individual situation of the organization, the implementation was different. To provide a more detailed overview about the LHT approach to the BPinPM readers, I asked Michael Bögle who is the head of LHT Group’s Management System operations to give an interview about his experience in this area of process management.
Continue reading “Integration of requirements into processes at Lufthansa Technik”