Applying BPMto Transform Your Business       BPMInstitute.org         May 8, 2012        Shelley Sweet                    ...
Innovation Workshop SeriesBrainStorm Events are the best way      to better your business.          And your career.
Two FlavorsFull-Day Immersion Training - Methodologiesand Disciplines  – Learn to apply proven methodologies and disciplin...
Half-day                                  WorkshopsHalf-Day Innovation Workshops - Tools andTechniques  – Workshops includ...
BrainStorm Events   Workshop PreviewThe following is a preview of theupcoming Innovation Workshop  being hosted by I4 Proc...
Agenda• Overview and Introductions• Process Maturity Levels• Critical Factors to Transform your  Business• Use Case Exampl...
Your OrganizationWhere are You?                            Process Maturity Level• What CMMI level is your                ...
Business Integration - Use CaseCompany                                  Learnings•Major high tech                         ...
Process - Charter Defines the Effort                                    Elements                                    •Busin...
Data - Metrics• To know what current  situation is• To help set  measurable  improvement targets• To begin to develop  the...
Learning                                       Including customers and                            Level 5                 ...
BrainStorm EventsRegister today – seats are limited    We hope to see you at the event!
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Innovation Workshop Series Preview at BPMInstitute.org's BrainStorm events.

Join us as we discuss important technologies, methodologies for adoption and real-world best practices from successful companies that will leave you with a formula for BPM success to start the transformation at your company.

Upcoming events:
BrainStorm DC Sept. 17-20, 2012.
BrainStorm New York Nov. 5-8, 2012

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  • Second 1 minute recording includes the slides 4-7. It will be used as the intro to the IWS sample series it will briefly setup the events and differences between training and workshops Slides 7 and 8 will be used to setup the subsequent 10 minutes of the webcast i.e. the overview or case study etc. “What you should notice in this demo is xyz.
  • Applying BPM to Transform your Business

    1. 1. Applying BPMto Transform Your Business BPMInstitute.org May 8, 2012 Shelley Sweet 1
    2. 2. Innovation Workshop SeriesBrainStorm Events are the best way to better your business. And your career.
    3. 3. Two FlavorsFull-Day Immersion Training - Methodologiesand Disciplines – Learn to apply proven methodologies and disciplines.Half-Day Innovation Workshops - Tools andTechniques – Learn how to evaluate and incorporate the latest state-of-the-art tools.
    4. 4. Half-day WorkshopsHalf-Day Innovation Workshops - Tools andTechniques – Workshops include a combination of the following: • Hands-on exercises • Software tool demos • Best practices • Panels • Audience participation • Customer case studies
    5. 5. BrainStorm Events Workshop PreviewThe following is a preview of theupcoming Innovation Workshop being hosted by I4 Process.
    6. 6. Agenda• Overview and Introductions• Process Maturity Levels• Critical Factors to Transform your Business• Use Case Examples and your examples• Question and answer © 2009,2012, I-4 Process, Shelley Sweet 6
    7. 7. Your OrganizationWhere are You? Process Maturity Level• What CMMI level is your • Level 1 – Initial organization or the • Level 2 – Managed division(s) you are • Level 3 – Defined working with? • Level 4 – Quantitatively• Write it on your Managed application sheet • Level 5 - Optimizing © 2009,2012, I-4 Process, Shelley Sweet 7
    8. 8. Business Integration - Use CaseCompany Learnings•Major high tech •Had top executivecompany growing commitmentrapidly •Had strategic initiative•IT strategy to support but not burning platformdevelopment by •Strong teams, but poorstandardizing key chartersprocesses •Middle managers•At level 2 pulled off players for other projects © 2009,2012, I-4 Process, Shelley Sweet 8
    9. 9. Process - Charter Defines the Effort Elements •Business Need •Scope •High level map •Current challenges •Improvement targets •Vision •Team •Metrics – baseline and goals Developed by exec. sponsor, process owner and project lead © 2009,2012, I-4 Process, Shelley Sweet 9
    10. 10. Data - Metrics• To know what current situation is• To help set measurable improvement targets• To begin to develop the storyYou may need to gather this data manually © 2009,2012, I-4 Process, Shelley Sweet 10
    11. 11. Learning Including customers and Level 5 suppliers in learning Optimizing Level 4 Using learning from BPM to tailor Quantitatively BPM to company needs Managed Level 3 Selecting and developing Defined leaders and employees and giving them process projects Level 2 About process methodology, tools, Managed and roles Level 1 From boss, from classes Initial © 2009,2012, I-4 Process, Shelley Sweet 11
    12. 12. BrainStorm EventsRegister today – seats are limited We hope to see you at the event!

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