Business Process Management – How-To (Workshop)
You have been asked to analyze business processes in your organization. You may be looking to:
- compile a list of processes that no longer deliver the intended business value
- propose processes that can be eliminated as a result of merging functional departments
- create, enhance, troubleshoot other business processes within your organization or domain
Join us as we introduce the fundamentals of business process management in this how-to workshop.
You will learn to assess both the strengths and weaknesses of existing business processes, and assess the links between strategies and processes.
You will walk away with an understanding and appreciation of the importance of business process management (BPM) to the organization. You will be able to start using business process management techniques to analyze, redesign, improve, and build documents – analysis, specifications, and models – of business processes.
Introduction to BPM
The understanding and appreciation you will acquire will deliver you a greater comfort and confidence to participate in analyzing business processes for improvements, be less uncertain, and clearly show how business process management leads to the delivery of better business outcomes.
About the Presenter:
David Vrbanek, B. Arts (Honours), ITIL® Foundations
David Vrbanek is a senior business analyst, practicing since 2005. David earned a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree from York University. His business analysis work includes software development, business process improvement and organizational development projects in the finance, health sciences, product lifecycle management, automotive and IT service management industries, which, at times, has involved leading projects in a blended PM/BA role. David has shared his learnings in recent years, serving as a business analysis instructor at the University of Toronto.
He is currently leading the Program Office of a multi-year, IT transformation program for a shared services organization. David lives in the Greater Toronto Area, and can be reached via LinkedIn or at [email protected]
Date: Saturday, November 16, 2019
Location: Innovation Works - Collaboration Station Room
*Note: 2-Hour Street parking available for free or $5.00 at Citi Plaza for the day.
8:30 am to 9:00 am - Registration
9:00 am to 1:00 pm - Workshop
Please arrive no later than 8:45 to check-in. Snacks, coffee and tea will be provided. Lunch not included.
Limited spots available for this workshop. Don't delay! Register now.
PDU Allocation: 4.0
Technical - 2.0
Leadership - 2.0
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