Quickly prepare for actionable process design and implementation

The pandemic continues to impact the way businesses operate and has forced many organizations to adopt new ways of working in order to survive and thrive. Organizations have had to re-image their work and processes to create safe and productive work environments for their employees and customers.

Reimaging business operations amidst the pandemic requires looking through a new lens to effectively kick start and scale to meet fluctuating demands while continuing to serve all stakeholders. The re-defined processes will impact organizations far beyond the pandemic.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:

  • Set clear priorities: identify and target those processes that have the highest impact on your new/revised business goals
  • Develop a simple, actionable process roadmap: define the right portfolio of small pragmatic projects that provide best value for your high-impact processes
  • Improve rapidly and effectively: leverage appropriate accelerators, such as simple simulation and process mining techniques to transform processes
  • Adjust dynamically: process governance and the appropriate process intelligence enable an ongoing dynamic improvement of processes

Don’t miss this informative webinar!

You will receive the link to join the webinar and all other details by email. Can’t make the broadcast? Simply sign up anyway and you will be sent the recording to watch at your convenience.

Any questions? We are happy to help–contact us at: webinar@signavio.com

About the speaker

Goncalo Esteves, Director at BPM-D, is an innovative Business Process Management and Systems Thinking professional. He held senior process management positions in the manufacturing industry before joining BPM-D.

Goncalo seeks to provide organizations with a deep sense of purpose and actionable results by transforming their processes to enable strategic and operational outcomes. Having worked on several continents, he loves people diversity and embraces cultural awareness. Goncalo is interested in the field of space architecture and related developments by learning how to work and evolve in extreme environments.