Live events are a helpful resource for business leaders in their ongoing quest to introduce BPM into their organizations. The events featured below offer seminars and conferences with subject matter experts and BPM authorities, providing ideas and information to improve process performance and increase BPM knowledge. These conferences also give like-minded BPM students a chance to share experiences and network with each other.
There are several BPM conferences that are quickly approaching. These events will provide expert insights into this popular methodology and ideas for its application, they include:
The Building Business Capability (BBC) conference takes place November 11, 2013 through November, 15, 2013 at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event is composed of five co-located conferences.
This conference will feature the Business Process Forum 2013 that will focus on strategies to help business leaders and project teams deliver improved business performance. This forum will take place in conjunction with the Business Rules & Decisions Forum, Business Process Forum, and Business Architecture Forum.
The conference will focus on enhancing BPM capabilities throughout an organization and will unfold in three segments:
This is the official event of the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) and will feature speeches from professionals in areas of Business Analysis, Business Architecture, Business Process, Business Strategy and Transformation and Business Rules.
Brainstorm New York will be held at the Affinia Manhattan in New York, New York beginning November 4th and closing November 7th 2013. This event is sponsored by BPMInstitute.org. Brainstorm will include training and workshops focused on helping organizations gain the agility required to adapt to a world in constant change. This educational event is designed to teach individuals at all levels of the organization to implement continuous improvement processes.
Brainstorm New York’s BPM 101 course provides an introduction to Business Process Management and lays the groundwork for additional BPM learning. This class covers the fundamentals of BPM by introducing: process modeling, analysis and design and process management. This course provides both theoretical and practical information, gives students knowledge for application and action and teaches how to be a process thinker. BPM 101 is for those with little or no BPM experience and may include business analysts and project managers.
On March 19th and 20th of 2014, Gartner will hold a BPM Summit. This event will offer classes to employees at all levels of experience, and will focus on addressing the daily challenges prevalent in the business and IT industry.
The summit will be presented on different tracks so that the classes can be targeted to different skill and knowledge levels. Beginner tracks will cover the fundamentals of BPM, including identifying the skills and technologies required to succeed in BPM. Tracks for the more experienced will cover the future of BPM including Social BPM and Intelligent Business Operations.
Applying BPM to an organization’s daily business operations requires unwavering focus and discipline. Confining efforts of deploying BPM to the organization can breed stagnation and isolation. Business conferences, summits and learning events can inject new ideas and new life into an organization’s efforts and commitment to improve business processes.