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To kick off another round of Best Practice in Process Management workshops we would like to invite all process management experts to the second BPinPM.net study. Target of the study is to evaluate today’s interests in key aspects of process management.
Based on the findings of the study, we will invite you to join our best practice workshops beginning of 2014. Finally, we are going to introduce the results at the third BPinPM.net Conference in November 2014.
As a THANK YOU we will ruffle a voucher for a 30 minutes flight with the historic Ju52 of Deutsche Lufthansa Berlin-Stiftung.
It takes only 10 minutes to fill out the survey. The link will be online until Oct 20, 2013.
Thank you very much for your support!
By the way: The date for the third BPinPM.net Process Management Conference (German Language only) is set and “Blind Date” tickets are available: http://conference.BPinPM.net
About a year ago, we started our Best Practice in Process Management initiative by conducting the initial survey to identify interests in different areas of process management.
In the meantime, we’ve performed several workshops with process management experts from all kind of organizations to identify best practices in the most important areas.
Now, we are ready to share the results with the BPinPM.net community, to present examples, and to facilitate know-how exchange:
We are proud to invite you to the BPinPM.net Process Management Conference for German-speaking process management experts.
The conference will take place on Sep 21, 2012 at Lufthansa Training & Conference Center Seeheim in the area of Frankfurt.
We’ve decided to start with a local conference in Germany, but if enough non-German-speaking experts are interested, we will think about ways to share the conference content with the international BPinPM.net community or even to organize an international conference later on. Please feel free to contact the team.
Have you ever thought about the fitness of your organizational culture with regards to business process management?
A few weeks ago, I received an invitation via Xing to participate in an online survey developed by process management experts of University of Liechtenstein and Queensland University of Technology. The tool analyzes the organizational culture and presents the results in an individual report at the end of the survey. Continue reading “Invitation to check the process management fitness of our organization’s culture”
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”
In parallel to evaluating the results of our survey, we have drawn the winner of the voucher for the 30-minutes Ju52 round trip flight out of all 177 survey participants. The voucher goes to the head of quality management of an engineering company from Stuttgart, Germany.
We have already contacted the lucky one and the voucher is on its way to Stuttgart.
I would like to use this occasion to say “Thank you very much!” to all survey participants. We will post more details about the results and the further workshop procedure to identify Best Practice in Process Management during the next days.
For all of you, who are interested in flying with the historic Junkers Ju52 of Deutsche Lufthansa Berlin-Stiftung, please visit the website of the foundation: www.dlbs.de
On Friday, we closed our “Best Practice in Process Management” survey and the first evaluation of the result indicates that we fulfilled our target to create an overview about the interests in key aspects of process management and to assemble the contact persons of the particular topics.
Thank you very much for your participation! 🙂
177 process management experts from different organizations completed the survey and more than 75 percent are interested to discuss their experience within workshops for best practice identification.
During the next weeks, we will go into a more detailed analysis of the results to identify the most interesting topics for the workshops. We will provide you with an update about the selected topics and the further procedure on our blog.
In addition, we will raffle the voucher for the Ju52 flight and announce the winner within the next days. 🙂
Again: Thank you very much!
We would like to invite you to take part in our survey „Best Practice in Process Management“ which was generated in cooperation between Department of Information Systems at Otto-Friedrich University of Bamberg of Professor Dr. Tim Weitzel and the Process Management Team of Lufthansa Technik Group.
By performing this survey, we would like to create an overview about the interests in key aspects of process management and to assemble the contact persons of the particular topics to organize workshops for best practice identification and to facilitate exchange of experiences of process management experts.
Since summer 2010, University of Bamberg and Lufthansa Technik AG are collaborating in a business process standardization project and together, we developed a methodology for the development, implementation, and operations of Lufthansa Technik Group-wide standardized processes.
With this initiative we would like to start a discussion about process management and we would like to exchange our experience with other experts, to develop best practices for all of us.
We are looking forward to your answers till September 30, 2011. Completing the questionnaire will take about 10 minutes.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have further questions.
Thank you very much and best regards from Best Practice in Process Management Team!