There is a difficult challenge that organizations of all types and everywhere are facing: Becoming an agile business, in all respects, is no longer a question; it is a prerequisite to stay with, or even get ahead of, others in your ecosystem.
Given the reality of our tumultuous ecosystem, it is now apparent that traditional transformation ability will not suffice anymore. We cannot afford long-running, risky efforts and the all-out, company-wide agony of major change. Instead, we must design for unpredictable changes from the get-go - hence the name of this webcast: business agility.
In this webcast, we will address:
- The parts of your organization that need to be in sync to ensure business agility
- Areas of your organization that need to be understood for agility, including your process architecture, models and descriptions, what capabilities and resources are needed, what is in place that can be reused, etc.
- How to move forward rapidly by understanding your value-creating process
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Hot Topic: Learn more about how BPM supports business agility, and download a copy of Roger Burlton's new white paper, on the Signavio blog: https://www.signavio.com/post/building-business-agility-with-bpm/
About the speaker
Roger Burlton is the President of Process Renewal Group. He is the author of the pioneering book ‘Business Process Management: Profiting from Process’ and the ‘Business Process Manifesto’, now available in 14 languages. He is recognized as a pragmatic world leader in transforming companies from traditional hierarchical organizations to process managed ones based on a value delivery model supported by Business Architecture practices. He continues to chair the most prominent business process conferences around the world, which he has done on over fifty occasions.