Digital Caricaturist: Your very own work of art!
Head over to the Signavio booth to have your picture drawn live! Combining her skills with the latest technology, Luisa from Wicked Caricatures will digitally create your cartoon likeness, free for you to take home.
Just like your portrait, a clear, detailed, and easily understood process framework is a work of art. But when it comes to successful BPM implementation, it can often feel as if you're starting with a blank canvas. Get in touch with Signavio, and draw on our expertise to help you sketch out your process plan.
Customer Case Study: The Met Office
Tuesday 22nd October
13:35 - 13:55
The Met Office delivers thousands of specialised forecasts to millions of people every day – accurate, timely and around the clock – come rain or shine.
Lala will share why the world’s premier weather and climate change organisation chose Signavio to power the Process Hub at the heart of their process-based management system and will share examples of how process improvements at the Met Office make a difference to helping us all to stay safe and thrive.
Lalage Burchall, Head of Business Architecture
Lala has thirty years’ experience in leading, transforming and advising large, complex 'blue-chip' organisations and public sector bodies as a Leader, Board advisor and Executive Coach. In her role with the Met Office, she is working with the leaders of the world’s most advanced and experienced authority on weather and climate science to shape a business architecture that will support the delivery of their vital mission and using Signavio to underpin the processes by which the Met Office turns cutting-edge science into practical, accessible information that directly benefits society and the economy.
BPM Keynote: Why Business Needs to Manage its Processes: A Fireside Chat
Wednesday 23rd October
14:20 - 15:10
Gero Decker, Co-Founder & CEO, Signavio & Roger Burlton, President, Process Renewal Group
Business Process Management has been Dr. Decker’s life, from his university pioneering research to establishing a successful company committed to bring collaboration and the power of knowledge to business process work. In this conversation with Roger Burlton, the Chair of the BPM conference, Gero will provide his insights regarding what is needed to successfully transform work and sustain continuing advantage in our enterprises.
The discussion will cover the essential management topics of strategy, architecture, business design and governance, and the tactical aspects of continuous work improvement and performance management. It will feature the criticality of gaining and exploiting reusable business process knowledge to enable strategy realization, transformation, adaptability and day to day management. Delegates will have ample opportunity to pose questions and challenges to Dr. Decker in, what will surely be, a lively session.
Why should you attend?
Europe’s Only Co-located Conferences on BPM and Enterprise Architecture.
This event provides a unique opportunity to discover the latest approaches and innovative ideas to both Enterprise Architecture and BPM and benefit from the synergies between them. Choose to attend 1, 2, 3 or 4 days of the event. Delegates can attend sessions at both conferences. The event includes a track devoted to Business Architecture.
Designed by Practitioners for Practitioners.
Being neither analyst nor vendor-led, the conferences provide diverse and wide-ranging perspectives on Enterprise Architecture, BPM and Business Architecture, informed by practical experience.
Case Studies and Contributors Include:
Google, Coca-Cola European Partners, Direct Line Group, Nationwide Building Society, Danske Bank, Erste Group Bank, British Library, Ordnance Survey, Centrica, Willmott Dixon, Aviva, Yorkshire Building Society, National Air Traffic Services (NATS), AIB, APG, SBAB Bank, IBM, The Open Group, Canadian Western Bank, CERN, Saudi Industrial Development Fund, IT University of Copenhagen, University Of Hertfordshire, Zespri and many more …
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