We are in the planning stages for our Gartner BPM Summit. I am the conference chair. The pre-conference survey is available – here. We currently have approximately 180 responses and need more!!
By fully completing this survey you will be provided a special $300 discount code to attend the Gartner Business Process Management Summit in Baltimore, Maryland, April 25-27, 2012. In addition, you will automatically be eligible to win two free passes, one for you and one for a colleague.
Some interesting results so far:
Which of the following BUSINESS PRIORITIES are driving your investments in and development of Business Process Management? Please select all that apply.
75% answered “cost savings”
What are the biggest obstacles preventing you from improving processes? Please select all that apply.
56% answered “lack of resources”
The survey will guide us to develop content that is relevant to attendees. Topics trending are: organizational change management, resource development, achieving results, business process modeling and simulation/optimization.
Please give us your thoughts and we will use this input to develop the agenda.
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