- When: Mar 13, 2013 08:30 - Mar 14, 2013 18:00
Timezone: (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time : Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London
- Where: London / EMEA
- Registration: Click Here for Details
Gartner Business Process Management Summit 2013 is the premier meeting place for IT and business executives and professionals who are responsible for implementing, managing or maintaining Business Process Management. Learn more about technologies that enable business agility. Gather best practices on the art of process control. Become more efficient, consistent and competitive.
Hot topics to be covered:
- Dealing with Politics and Silos
- Organizational Change Management
- BPM and Mobile
- Cloud Impact on BPM
- Intelligent Business Operations
For those new to BPM, the Summit will help you to take the first steps, establish the skills required, and identify the right technologies. For those who are more experienced, the Summit will provide visibility into the future, identify the next generation of BPM and help you leverage new approaches such as Social BPM, Pace Layering and Intelligent Business Operations.
BPM can be fraught with challenges, due to the scale and breadth of skills, attributes, and tools needed to be successful. The Gartner Business Process Management Summit will help you to advance your BPM projects, improve your own skills and deliver truly transformational BPM to your organization.
Through analyst sessions, problem-solving workshops and peer interaction, you’ll gain the insight necessary to:
- Develop a compelling business case for BPM and get buy-in from business management
- Overcome the barriers to BPM success — Silos, Politics, and Culture
- Review change management techniques to effectively deal with the changes
- Examine the convergence of BPM, MDM, Enterprise Architecture and Business Intelligence
- Get an early understanding of the next generation of BPM technologies
- Understand the organizational components, key roles and skills needed for BPM success and how to communicate BPM successes
- Learn techniques for designing social processes