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The BPM vs Politics Debate Continues at our BPM Summit in Sydney

by Samantha Searle  |  May 21, 2012  |  Submit a Comment

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Hold the date – Gartner’s next BPM summit in Sydney will be held on Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st August at the Sheraton in the Park Hotel.

If you register before 22nd June you get a AUS$400 discount and the opportunity to attend a networking breakfast with four Gartner analysts!

The hot topics to be covered include:

  • How to deal with organizational politics and silos
  • Motivation, gamification and organizational change
  • BPM Roles, Skills, Metrics and Performance
  • Getting Started With BPM
  • Leveraging Investment in BPM Applications

Our guest keynote speaker will be Michael Rosemann who will present “Beyond Reactive Process Redesign: Innovating Processes with Emerging Technologies”. Full details of our agenda can be found on the event website.

If you’re not already a member, join our LinkedIn group for further updates and follow #gartnerbpm on Twitter!

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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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