The Future BPM: Seven Opportunities to Become the Butcher and not the Turkey
Blog: BPTrends - Articles
Leonardo Jesus and Michael Rosemann of Queensland University of Technology argue that we need to move into a new type of BPM.in the digital age. They declare that this is not an evolution from the existing base, it’s a paradigm shift. Read this thought-provoking Article and let us know your perspective.
Michael’s main contributions to the global body of BPM knowledge have been in the areas of ambidextrous BPM, BPM maturity assessments, BPM governance, configurable business process, guidelines of process modelling, rapid process redesign and context-aware BPM.
Michael has been a keynote presenter at all major global professional and academic BPM conferences.