Europe's Foremost Independent
Business Process Management Conference

Building Your Business Process Capabilities

Link to 2011 Conference, 8-10 June 2011

As economic conditions improve, pent up demand for change in how organizations conduct work is at a high point. This means that you can either expect to become the change agent or be changed. The Business Process Management Conference Europe 2010 will provide the capabilities needed for you to contribute and lead the way to process-led multi-dimensional change by showcasing the new competencies and skills needed. This extremely pragmatic event will get you ready to make a difference as a key player in your organisation's transition.

Key Benefits of Attending: Topics include:
  • Understand new ways of conducting process architecture, analysis, redesign, better ways of implementing, and implementation of the right technological and human enablers
  • Learn from an unprecedented number of comprehensive case study solutions with proven ROI delivered by senior leaders of organizations respected around the world
  • NEW IN 2010 - Benefit from the launch of numerous collaborative 'think tank' sessions with your peers and thought leaders, to discuss, learn and create ideas around the hot topics in BPM
  • Gain insight from lead thinkers in the process profession on BPM directions and trends
  • Choose from 6 pre-conference workshops and 3 conference tracks
    • BPM as a Management Discipline
    • BPM as an Analyst's Methodology
    • BPM as an Enabler for Change
  • Novices and advanced practitioners will each find sessions suited to their experience levels
  • Lean Six Sigma and Lean tools
  • Process modeling, analysis and design techniques
  • Stakeholder Analysis (Outside-in)
  • Process collaboration and social media
  • Process as a service (Cloud - BPM)
  • Gaining executive commitment
  • New modelling techniques and notations
  • From Process models to IT requirements
  • Accelerating BPM maturity
  • Business analysis and politics
  • BPMS state of the industry
  • Building a process-oriented organization
  • Processes, compliance and risk
  • Developing a process culture
  • Business rules for business processes
  • Business Architecture
  • Process solution implementation tips
  • Human change management
  • BPM for small and medium organizations
  • Process governance
  • Knowledge worker processes
  • BPM and SOA
Featured Speakers Include:
Roger Burlton
Roger Burlton
BP Trends
  Keith Harrison-Broninski
Keith Harrison-Broninski
Role Modellers Ltd
  Sandy Kemsley
Sandy Kemsley
Kemsley Design
  Ian Gotts
Ian Gotts
Nimbus Partners
  Paul Harmon
Paul Harmon
Co-produced By:
IRM UK   BPTrends
Platinum Sponsor:
Singularity   IBM
Gold Sponsor:
Standard Sponsors:
BiZZdesign   Casewise
Appian   Oracle
SMART Technologies
Endorsed by :
Process Community   BPM-Forum   BCS
Media Sponsors :
Cutter Consortium   Modern Analyst   Business Management   Redux   ebizQ
Business Process Management Journal


27-29 September 2010
Park Plaza Victoria Hotel
London, UK

  2-3 Delegates 10%
4-5 Delegates 20%
6+ Delegates 25%
This event will be co-located with the Business Analysis Conference Europe 2010 - delegates registering for the BPM Conference will also be entitled to attend the BA conference sessions.
2010 Case Studies Include:
arrow Rolls-Royce
arrow Deutsche Bank
arrow Carphone Warehouse
arrow Dutch Tax & Customs Administration
arrow Mars
arrow adidas Group
arrow Yorkshire Water
arrow National Assembly for Wales
arrow Alcatel-Lucent
arrow Scottish Water
arrow TeliaSonera Finland
arrow Kempen & Co Merchant Bank
arrow SL Investment Management
2010 Speakers Include:
arrow Paul Harmon
arrow Neil Ward-Dutton
arrow Frits Bussemaker
arrow Peter Matthijssen
arrow Dee Carri
arrow Christopher Bradley
arrow Deirdre Sexton