The current economic crisis has inspired consensus between governments and business that significant changes must be implemented to return to a healthy, sustainable economy. The current ‘imperative’ is to effectively introduce and manage change as an integrated, continuous program.
This presentation will deal with key aspects related to starting up BPM efforts at Sloan Valve Company, key issues related to process transformation, and BPM best practices.
This presentation will cover the approach Erie Insurance has developed to create successful Business Cases for improvement ideas that align with corporate goals and objectives. It will cover a specific project that started with analyzing a problem area in processing new insurance applications, how improvement ideas were identified and prioritized, and how we use Business Architecture concepts and process simulation to analyze problems and develop solutions.
Business architecture is emerging as a key focus for organizations seeking to optimize business environments and governance structures. This presentation provides an overview of business architecture visualization and alignment concepts. The session also examines the current state of business architecture in practice along with commonly deployed approaches. Finally, the session looks at industry frameworks, emerging standards and the importance of business / IT architecture alignment.
A constant change in your business requires aligning business process management, business rules development, business services development, organizational performance objectives, information architectures and shifting business architectures. Join us for this conference wrap-up session as we tie together the events of the five conferences/symposia and provide you with take-home recommendations.
In astrophysics Dark Matter is responsible for the universe not flying apart, thus encouraging the growth and stability of the universe’s cohesiveness & structure. In the Business Driven Enterprise Architecture, the Dark Matter of the BDEA is what is ultimately responsible to ensure complete integrity and cohesiveness of a true overall Integrated Enterprise Architecture that is completely known. The Dark Matter of the BDEA comprises proper identification & clarification of Value Chains and Value Streams.
Business architects feel the need to organize themselves to share best practices, exchange knowledge, highlight successful projects, and gain visibility among executives. The most common approach is to launch a Center of Excellence (COE). Getting funding and establishing relevance within challenging current events confront many COE launch efforts. This session explores an action research case study at Wells Fargo Bank to show how to effectively launch a COE in the midst of post-merger integration activities.
In difficult times, knowing where you're going is increasingly important. Business architecture is a missing link in any advanced organization's long and short range plans for the future. Historically, there has been a tendency in the business/IT management world to view Business Architecture as either an add-on or a separate activity altogether, much as many organizations look at Business Process Management as separate from either Enterprise Architecture or Business Architecture.
This presentation describes the relationships between your Business Architecture (BA), IT architectures and Strategy. It illustrates how to build a BA with value streams or the core cross-functional processes from your BPM initiatives, and integrate with the IT Architectures and the Strategy. The BA is the next logical evolution in Business Process Modeling and IT architecture integration. The BA can create strategic opportunities with value chains for improving enterprise performance and building a competitive advantage.
Working in a large organization can sometimes seem like working in slow motion. Trying to change the direction of an organization is a complex exercise and that’s why organizations are turning to Business Architecture. But where do you begin? In this, talk we’ll explore some of the key scenarios that organizations are targeting to get started with Business Architecture and how these fit together to form within a framework that organizations can use to guide their effort to develop a Business Architecture practice.
In these times of significant uncertainty about future revenues, companies are asking senior executives to examine current processes and suggest ways of streamlining operations and reducing waste. Businesses are examining ways to improve operational efficiency by paying more attention to process management and improvement. BPMInstitute.org has observed an increased interest in introducing the concepts and principles of business process management to the company’s office workforce.