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BPM Summit 2012 Agenda Will Focus on People, Politics and Process

by Samantha Searle  |  December 7, 2011  |  Submit a Comment

The Gartner BPM team is busy working with the Gartner events team to prepare for the Business Process Management Summit 2012 to be held on:

14 – 15 March, London, UK

The theme of the summit is:

“People, Politics, Process:  Breaking Down the Barriers to Enterprise Success”

For those new to BPM, the Summit will help you to take the first steps, establish the skills required, and identify the right technologies. For those who are more experienced, the Summit will provide visibility into the future, identify the next generation of BPM and help you leverage new approaches such as Social BPM, Pace Layering and Intelligent Business Operations.

Key topics

· Dealing with Politics and Silos

· Organizational Change Management

· BPM and Mobile

· Cloud Impact on BPM

· Intelligent Business Operations

The Summit will help you to advance your BPM projects, improve your own skills and deliver truly transformational BPM to your organization.

We look forward to seeing you there! For those of you who tweet, the hashtag for this event is #gartnerbpm and my Twitter username is @scsearle.

Ways to register

Web: Email:  Phone: +44 20 8879 2430

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Samantha Searle
Research Analyst
5 years with Gartner
5 years IT industry

Samantha Searle is a research analyst in the Business Process Management team, focusing on process governance and getting started in BPM. Previously, she worked as a research specialist for Gartner's Best Practices Council…Read Full Bio

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