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Effective Use of Business Architecture

Chief Process Officer

We live in a continuously changing business environment, which moves ever-closer to a more-connected digital world. Successful organizations need to be proactive and adjust quickly. Therefore an increasing number of organizations establish a Business Process Management Discipline (BPM-Discipline(tm)) in order to move their strategy into execution at pace with certainty. As any other management discipline, the BPM-Discipline is established through the appropriate business process, the process of process management. This new process is led through an emerging top management role, the Chief Process Officer (CPO). The CPO manages the process of process management in a way that it creates value by executing the business strategy across organizational boundaries, like departments or divisions. The CPO is the "value scout" of the organization.

Systems Thinking in Business Process Management

Effectiveness: Making BPM relevant for CEOs/CFOs

Business-Driven Transformation Strategies & Roadmaps

Lean Six Sigma Roles in BPM? Don’t Fight - Join or Complement

Business Architecture Learning Paths & Training Roadmap

Join Gregg Rock, William Ulrich and Whynde Melaragno as they discuss:
  • A training roadmap for Business Architecture practitioners
  • The future of Business Architecture training
  • The introduction of an all-new course - Practice-Based Business Architecture
  • Course delivery by Business Architecture Guild Board Members William Ulrich and Whynde Melaragno
  • Updates to’s core Business Architecture courses for 2014.

Meet the Author: Shelley Sweet, renown BPM expert and author of The BPI Blueprint

The BPI Blueprint provides you with a detailed plan of action to create results the first time, inspire leaders of business processes, and build invigorated skilled teams. So if you're looking for a simple, no nonsense, guide to help you develop and manage effective Business Process Improvement projects, regardless of your experience level, you've got the right book. In this conversation we will explore why Shelly wrote the book, how it's different from other books in the field, what you'll learn from the book, and how you can use its practical guides to make your projects easier and more successful.  We'll talk about the audience for the book (it's for more than BPM practitioners), and specific topics that can help your BPI projects, including: Getting Started

Difficult People in the Virtual World - (part 2 of The Virtual Team Facilitator)

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