Business Management Process Management Webinar

Business Process Management BPM for BAs Webinar

This webinar is about Business Process Management (BPM) – the running and improving of a business via its processes. Mark Monteleone CBAP / PMP, the webinar presenter, defines and provides insight in the use of BPM by answering six questions:

* As a business analyst, what should you ask for when joining a business?
* What is the difference between managing a business by function vs. process?
* Why would you redesign rather than incrementally improve a process?
* Why should your process analysis cover a value chain rather than a sub process?
* Why should you establish leading and lagging metrics to control a process?
* What is the most challenging part of business process management, improving the process or managing the resistance?

Besides addressing the above questions, Mark will include a Business Analyst (BA) Quick Reference Checklist for conducting a “process redesign or incremental improvement analysis” plus explanations on various BPM terms and references.

** Eligible for PDUs, CDUs. **

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