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Posts from Date:   2011-4

Gartner BPM Summit – 840 Registered Attendees

by Elise Olding  |  April 25, 2011

Here is a quick snapshot of who is attending the Gartner BPM Summit in Baltimore: –       840+ registered attendees –       443 Participating Organizations –       27 countries represented –       86% USA (38 States represented) –       43% XX Large Enterprises –       72 Global 500 Organizations Participating –       40% Business titles –       40% Director level and higher –       […]

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Influence Change – Impact the Bottom Line

by Elise Olding  |  April 20, 2011

In the course of my organizational change research, I’m increasingly convinced that having a “change-able” culture will differentiate organizations in the future. This differentiation can positively impact the bottom line.  Research abounds on the topics of well-being, motivation and more holistic views on change that embrace the emotional as well as logical components. I will […]

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The Gartner BPM Summit In Baltimore – Two weeks and Counting

by Elise Olding  |  April 13, 2011

The US BPM Summit is a few weeks away! We have 715 attendees as of this morning. Last month we held the European BPM Summit in London. It was attended by approximately 300. Looking back, the buzz there was amazing. There was so much energy and interaction. I left feeling truly excited about what we […]

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642 Registered for Gartner BPM Summit

by Elise Olding  |  April 6, 2011

Update: The BPM Summit continues to attract attendees, with attendee registrations at 642 as of April 6, 2011.  The conference theme is “The Formula for Sustainable Business Value.”  The comprehensive tracks are targeted to your BPM experience level — whether you are beginning,  intermediate or advanced.  Workshop sessions offer an in-depth opportunity to explore a […]

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You’ve been Ousted…Why Gamification Is So Motivation 2.0!

by Elise Olding  |  April 5, 2011

The message read “You’ve Been Ousted as mayor of XXXPetStore.” My reaction? Big deal! I had no desire to race to the store to recapture my status or find numerous excuses to purchase toys for my two adorable tonkinese cats. Gamification is an engagement technique that borrows video game mechanics (game features such as points, […]

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