Agile Techniques for BPM


Agile Techniques for BPM gives hands-on practice in the use of different techniques to refine, deliver, and demo user stories in agile BPM. This class is excellent for BPM analysts who are working with scrum teams and for leaders who want to inject agile principles into their process improvement departments.


The third class in the certification, Agile Techniques for BPM, focuses on adapting both agile and BPM techniques to refine, deliver, and demo user stories in order to improve the quality, efficiency, and consistency in your BPM process.  An increasing number of companies are finding that agile principles can be successfully applied to process improvement initiatives resulting in faster delivery of value to customers.  Specific topics covered include adapting techniques in Six Sigma, Lean, Re-engineering, and BPM for use in agile BPM.  Best practices are interwoven in the discussion of these agile BPM techniques.  Whether you are a BPM analyst who is working with scrum teams or a leader who wants to inject agile principles into your process improvement department, this class is for you.


Course Outline:

  • Using Agile in Six Sigma
  • Using Agile in Lean
  • Using Agile in Re-engineering
  • Using Agile in BPM
  • Techniques for Agile BPM Project Management
  • Functional Decomposition for BPM
  • How to Derive Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
  • Techniques for Delivering User Stories

Unique Value of Course:

Agile Techniques for BPM focuses on adapting both agile and BPM techniques to refine, deliver, and demo user stories in agile BPM improving quality, efficiency, and consistency in your BPM process.  This class provides real world examples and actionable insights for adding value more frequently and continuous improvement into your BPM program.


  • Discuss applying agile principles to specific BPM methodologies including Six Sigma, Lean, Re-engineering, and Business Process Management.
  • Understand iterative design and implementation including how to apply it to BPM.
  • Define how agile can benefit your own organization.
  • Gain hands-on experience doing agile functional decomposition for BPM projects using user story mapping.
  • Understand the concept of Minimum Viable Product (MVP) and how it applies to agile BPM.
  • Adapt BPM techniques to use with agile methodology including mapping value streams, Gemba walks, Just in Time, and voice of the customer.
  • Understand velocity measurement and tracking to accomplish a consistent predictable team metric.
  • Adapt agile techniques for use in agile BPM including data flow diagram, state diagrams, and decision tables.

Who Should Attend:

  • BPM Analysts
  • Process Analysts
  • Project Managers
  • Scrum Team Members
  • Business Architects
  • BPM Leaders
  • Managers in any of these areas

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BrainStorm Montreal - 03/14/2022 - 13:00
BrainStorm Chicago - 04/27/2022 - 09:00
BrainStorm San Francisco - 06/22/2022 - 09:00
BrainStorm DC - 09/21/2022 - 09:00
BrainStorm New York - 11/16/2022 - 09:00

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