Reimagining Management - The 7 Enablers of BPM
November 13-14, 2017

The training course that will change the way you analyse, implement, manage.


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At last! Effective and sustained process management and improvement!

For many organisations, process-based management, doesn’t quite work no matter how hard they try. Something is missing. This course fills that gap and provides a proven framework for successful and sustained process-based management.

The only way any organisation is able to create, accumulate, and deliver value to its customers is via collaboration across the organisation. There is no other way. Can any box on your organisation chart, by itself, deliver value outside your organisation? No, it can’t. This is the meaningful message of process-based management.

 

Overview

Course overview session by session

  • Session 1: Defining the process context—exposing the mission critical role of process-based management
    • Exercise #1: Proving the importance of process-based management
  • Session 2: Enabling practical process-based management—making a massive difference from strategy to execution
    • Exercise #2: Exposing the difficulties (and finding solutions)
  • Session 3: Discovering the real process architecture—beyond the models to strategy execution and value delivery
    • Exercise #3: Defining the Whyte & Brite Laundry process architecture
  • Session 4: Usefully measuring process performance—controlling what really matters for enhanced performance
    • Exercise #4: Discovering process measures in the Whyte & Brite Laundry case
  • Session 5: Defining practical process governance—creating process governance that works well in the real world
    • Exercise #5: Dealing with process ownership objections in the Tanglewood Corporation case
  • Session 6: Process Clinic #1—open discussion of real world challenges experienced by participants
  • Session 7: Achieving process change—realising the promises of process improvement
    • Exercise #6: Assessing the BPM maturity of participating organisations (part 1)
  • Session 8: Understanding the process mindset—creating a process-aware organisational culture
    • Exercise #7: Discussing process-based management motivation pathways
  • Session 9: Enhancing process capability—building experience and expertise throughout the organisation
    • Exercise #8: Revealing the impact of ‘process disablers’
  • Session 10: Supporting process-based management—developing the process centre of excellence
    • Exercise #9: Assessing the BPM maturity of participating organisations (part 2)
  • Session 11: The Big BPM Project—defining the process-based management transformation project
    • Exercise #10: Analysing the challenges of getting started (and continuing!)
  • Session 12: Process Clinic #2—open discussion of real world challenges experienced by participants

 


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Pricing:

      • $2200 US for the 2-Day Session

Discounts:

      • We offer early bird discounts. Register by November 1, 2017 and save 25%!

Format:

      • This course is available as both in-seat, on location and as a virtual, online session (more info)! (You have to be on-line at the same time as the other students are in class- but you can be in your pajamas!) Please select how you would like to take the course at registration.

Prerequisites:

      • There are no prerequisites for any of the sessions. Some browse our resources and blog sections.

A few things you need to know:

      • Morning sessions begin at at 8:30am sharp and conclude at 11:30am.
      • Afternoon session starts promptly at 12:30pm and conclude at 3:30pm
      • There is a wireless internet connection available but we ask you to refrain from surfing during class lectures.
      • Dress is casual.
      • The room number will be posted at the entrances of the Building.
      • Coffee and light breakfast items will be available in the morning as well as light snacks in the afternoon.
      • For lunch, restaurants are within walking distance and guidance will be provided. There is a nice Indian restaurant, a Starbucks, Baja Fresh and Subway across the street. There is also an eating area on the first floor by the elevators. There is a microwave there and vending machines that include coffee, cold drinks, sandwiches and snacks.

Physical Location:

      • UVA/VT Northern VA campus located at:
      • Room number will be posted at the entrances of the Building.
      • There are several hotels close by. One thing to keep in mind if you are NOT driving or renting a car. The Falls Church Metro Station (ORANGE LINE) is about 100 yards from the UVA Northern Campus. So as long as the hotel you pick is close to an ORANGE LINE Metro Station, you can take the Metro each day to Falls Church, walk 100 yards uphill and to the right to the clearly visible UVA building.
      • If you are driving, there is plenty parking at UVA available for you at a cost of $4.50 all day. To get there make a left left from Haycock Road at the traffic light (coming from Route 7). At the stop sign (30 yards) do not turn right or you end up at the Metro Station but continue straight as if you are going to the new Metro garage down on the right. Actually you can see the Parking lot you are going to on the left at the stop sign but there is a chain across the entrance. You can not enter there. About 100 yards after the stop sign you need to turn left into the UVA/VT parking lot (NOT THE METRO GARAGE BUILDING ON THE RIGHT) and drive all the way up to the UVA Brick Building.

Payments:

      • We accept all major credit cards
      • Purchase Orders or Government form SF-182: Use "Pay Later" option upon checkout.

Registration Policies:

      • All confirmed registrations must be paid in advance.
        • Special arrangements can be made for select government agencies. Please contact us for these special arrangements.
      • All early bird registrations must be paid by the cut off date, or else invoice will be adjusted to regular price.
      • You can register for any course or seminar by clicking the "register" button or "view all events" button. All payments made on-line are to be made in USD.
      • Registrations are transferable within your organization (to a colleague) on request until 2 days before the event date.
      • Confirmation of registrations will be subject to availability and timely receipt of payment.
      • Prices stated here include tax. Import duties and/or local taxes/GST/VAT, if applicable, are NOT INCLUDED in prices and must be borne by the registrant.
      • Registrations may also be transferred to a future course date if student are unable to attend.
      • Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
      • For cancellation, please refer to the "Cancellation Policy" section below.
      • Registration allows us to use the name of your organization in our future marketing activities as our customer.

Cancellation Policy:

      • The following cancellation fees apply for cancellation of registrations received in writing via fax, email or phone:
        • 25 days prior to the scheduled date: 10% of total the registration fee will be levied to cover administration costs. In addition, a refund charge of $25 USD is also applicable.
        • 15 days prior to the scheduled date: 20% of total the registration fee will be levied to cover administration costs. In addition, a refund charge of $25 USD is also applicable.
        • 5 days prior to the scheduled date: no refund of monies paid.
      • Registrations are transferrable within your organization (to a colleague) on request until 2 days before the event date.
      • Registrations may also be transferred to a future course date if student are unable to attend.

Note: the above cancellation policy is applicable for confirmed but unpaid registrations as well. There will be NO exceptions to this policy for any reason.

The FEAC Institute reserves the right to postpone or cancel an event, to change the location of an event. In the event that the FEAC Institute postpones a conference, delegate payments at the postponement date will be credited towards the rescheduled date. If the delegate is unable to attend the rescheduled event, the delegate will receive 100% credit representing payments made towards a future FEAC Institute events or you may send a replacement. No refunds will be available for cancellations or postponements.

The FEAC Institute is not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of substitution, alteration, postponement, or cancellation of an event due to causes beyond its control including without limitation, acts of God, natural disasters, sabotage, accident, trade or industrial disputes, terrorism or hostilities.