Berlin, March 2016: Signavio GmbH, a leading provider for process management software, has today given the go-ahead for its new process management eLearning Platform.
Signavio and Bruce Silver Associates are pleased to announce the publication of DMN Method and Style, the definitive book on the new Decision Modeling and Notation standard, along with DMN Method and Style training and certification. Both the book and the training highlight the use of the Signavio Decision Manager.
Behind every successful BPM program is a team of professionals with specialized and differing skillsets. BPM initiatives are not about communicating a change plan, or optimizing processes, or implementing an enterprise-wide technical solution. They are about all of these things, and the makeup of BPM teams should reflect this.
Signavio is happy to announce it has ranked within the top 500 of the 5000 privately-owned companies in Europe, which have achieved the most rapid growth.
In our last post, we described 4 tactics that would help you achieve buy-in for your business process management (BPM) initiative. The last of these recommendations was to anticipate specific hesitations your colleagues would have about BPM’s value and implementation. For this blog, we’ll dive a bit further into that topic, providing you with the ammo to counter some of the most likely roadblocks you will encounter.
You’ve seen the light and know business process management (BPM) can help your company operate better today and innovate for the future. You understand that documenting processes brings them to life, allowing you to discover inefficiencies and identify areas for positive change. You’re ready to launch a BPM initiative in your organization and start a chain reaction of continuous improvement.
Finally quitting smoking, eating more healthily, doing more exercise… Almost everyone has considered making a New Year’s resolution at some stage or another. Above all, many people wish that they could finally have some more time to spend with friends and family. Unfortunately this wish, as well as all the others, have one thing in common: we tend to cast them aside almost as quickly as we do our festive Christmas trees.