In the UK for the upcoming IRM BPM Conference, world renowned BPM author and speaker, Roger Tregear, will share his insights around the missing link to BPM which will allow you to establish and implement successful business process management within your organisation.

Our second speaker, Mark McGregor, most recently a Research Director with Gartner, will also share how an enterprise approach to process modeling aids revenue generation, targets the right resources in the right area and avoids wasted time and effort

This breakfast briefing is suitable for Senior Executives across industries, this exclusive event will take place on Thursday October 12, 8am to 11am at The Hospital Club, Covent Garden. There are only a limited number of tickets available and we expect a high demand.

All attendees will also receive a free copies of Rogers top selling book, Reimagining Management, worth over £30.

Register for your free place now!

Event Details:

What: Unlocking the mystery of Business Process Management: Breakfast Briefing
When: October 12th, 2017, 08:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Where: The Hospital Club, Covent Garden, London
08:00-09:00 Breakfast served & networking
09:00-09:05  Welcome from Andrew Barker, Signavio Sales Director UK&I
09:05-09:15  Introduction, Mark McGragor
09:15-10:20 Keynote presentation, Roger Tregear. Unlocking the mystery of Business Process Management: Defining the missing link to allow you to establish and implement BPM in your organisation
10:20-10:50 Discussion, Mark McGregor. Using Models to Tell and Sell Your Transformation Story: How an enterprise approach to process modeling aids revenue generation, targets the right resources in the right area and avoids wasted time and effort
10:50-11:00 Q&A  and close

Speaker Bios: 
Roger Tregear
Roger delivers BPM education and consulting assignments around the world, bringing to them 30 years of management consulting experience. He spends his working life talking, thinking, and writing about the analysis, improvement, innovation, and management of business processes. His work has taken him to Australia, Bahrain, Belgium, Denmark, England, New Zealand, Nigeria, South Africa, South Korea, Saudi Arabia, The Netherlands, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, and the USA.

Roger is a regular columnist for BPTrends. He is author of Practical Process (2013), co-author of Establishing the Office of Business Process Management (2011), and contributed the chapter Business Process Standardization in The International Handbook on BPM (2010, 2015). With Paul Harmon, Roger edited Questioning BPM? (2016). Roger’s iconic book, Reimagining Management, was published in early 2017. Process Precepts (2017), Roger’s latest book, involves a cosmopolitan, global team in discussions about the process of management.

Speaker Bios: Mark McGreger
Mark has authored or co-authored four books on Business Process Management, including “Thrive! How to Succeed in the Age of the Customer” and “In Search of BPM Excellence” and “People Centric Process Management. Mark is widely respected for his knowledge and views on both BPM and Enterprise Architecture and is the creator of “Next Practice”. He has variously been described as a ”BPM Guru”, a “Thought Leader” and a “Master of Mindset”

While being involved with the Business Process and Modelling Tool industry since the early 1990’s, Mark held senior executive positions with a number of leading technology vendors and was most recently a Research Director with Gartner.

Passionate about the people aspects of change and BPM, Mark has spent much of the last 15 years travelling the world, learning, teaching and researching the cultural aspects of change and how executives perceive BPM, Architecture and related process improvement techniques. In this capacity, he has been fortunate to interview and interact with many CEO’s and Senior Executives.

With qualifications in Six Sigma, PRINCE2, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Hypnosis! Mark suggests that it is the variety of his studies which provide the depth he offers to his clients, in his words “It is the difference that makes the difference”