Why Training is important for the Success of Your BPM Initiative
In most BPM projects, the real cost is not the software, but rather the time spent documenting, modeling, evaluating, optimizing, and implementing. With all of the resources tied into BPM initiatives, are you certain that you’re getting the most return on your investment? You would be if youre BPM team was professionally trained by BPM experts.
Equipping your team with the right fundamentals will help you maximize operational efficiency, in effect, bringing the organization more success through business processes. Bruce Silver, BPM thought leader and drafting participant for the Object Management Group’s (OMG) Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) 2.0 standard, has partnered with Signavio to show you how the right tool, paired with the right training, provides a well-prepared BPM team.
Not all training is created equally. We teamed up with Silver to create a white paper and host a webinar centered around the importance of well-trained BPM teams. Researching theories and reading books may leave you wondering about the basics of BPMN 2.0. What leads to lasting success is practical, first-hand training. The knowledge you will gain from taking advantage of training with Bruce Silver using Signavio stands apart from other courses by helping you turn theory into practice.
The white paper and webinar, “The value of well-trained BPM teams,” give you an overview of the course objectives and highlights the benefits combining a professional training with business-friendly software. They are an ideal base for those who want to learn more about how to train themselves and their team. Download the white paper and tune into the webinar to find the right starting point for your BPMN project.
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