In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How to find flaws quickly and trigger the learning process to improvement
  • Tactics to energize your team to collaborate and improve your processes
  • How companies are using Signavio Process Intelligence to find flaws quickly and how to solve them

You won’t want to miss this enlightening webinar!

At a glance

Topic: Discover Your Way to Greatness
Time: Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. GMT / 5:00 p.m. CET / 11:00 a.m. EST / 8:00 a.m. PST
Duration: 45 minutes + Q&A
Presenters: Gero Decker, CEO and co-founder of Signavio + Steven Spear, Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and Engineering Systems Division
Where: LIVE online

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About the speakers

Gero Decker is the co-founder and CEO of Berlin-based Signavio, which offers a business transformation suite for modeling, analyzing, and optimizing business processes. Gero holds a PhD in Business Process Management and co-authored the book “The Process”. Along with 3 colleagues at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute in Potsdam, he developed the first prototype of the Signavio Process Editor as part of a research project and founded the company in 2009. Gero is responsible for Signavio’s product innovation, specializing in collaborative
process design and building a BPM solution for all user abilities, from beginner to expert.

Steven Spear is a recognized expert on how organizations manage complex development, design, and delivery efforts to create unmatched rates of internally generated, broad-based improvement and innovation.

Spear’s book, The High Velocity Edge: How Market Leaders Leverage Operational Excellence to Beat the Competition (McGraw Hill, 2010), has won several awards, including the Shingo Prize for Excellence in Manufacturing Research and the Philip Crosby Medal from the American Society for Quality.

Spear holds a BS in economics from Princeton University, an MA in management and an MS in mechanical engineering from MIT, and a PhD from Harvard Business School.