Five Practical Ways to Enhance Your BPM Implementation

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Thursday, July 18, 2013
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Come on…how difficult can it be to improve a few processes?

Everyone’s looking forward to your new BPM initiative. Your CEO is excited about reducing costs and getting rid of inefficiency. Frontline staff can’t wait for improved processes that make their lives easier. And you can’t wait to start making an impact in your organization.

What could possibly go wrong? Loads!

BPM projects go wrong for many reasons. One of the most common pitfalls is not focusing on what matters most for your business and then not managing risks appropriately when it comes to implementation.

Luckily, help is at hand. Forrest Breyfogle, who quite literally wrote the book (actually 13 of them...with another one coming out this September!) on process improvement, and Rick Haynes, who has taught statistics to nuclear scientists (yes, we kid you not!), will be distilling decades of practical experience into simple things you can do right now to ensure your BPM program doesn’t go the way of the dodo.  

Join this webinar to:

  • Learn 5 simple things you can do right now that will make your BPM implementation deliver better, more powerful results for your business
  • Identify which processes you should target first to get the biggest bang for your buck
  • Look at how you can develop effective business success measures  and learn to spot where your key risks are

This session builds on the concepts presented in Smarter Solution's recent webinar: What’s your strategy for avoiding risk in BPM?
Now available on demand. 



Forrest W. Breyfogle III
Smarter Solutions

Forrest Breyfogle III is the CEO of Smarter Solutions, a consulting and training company that offers proven capability in process improvement and re-engineering solutions.  He has over 2 decades of experience in process improvement and has authored numerous books on statistics and Lean Six Sigma. His published books include Statistical Methods for Testing, Development, and Manufacturing, Forrest W. Breyfogle III, Wiley 1992 (including a 10-step roadmap for implementing Six Sigma),Implementing Six Sigma: Smarter Solutions Using Statistical Methods, 2nd ed. Forrest W. Breyfogle III, Wiley, 2003, Managing Six Sigma (co-authored), Wisdom on the Green: Smarter Six Sigma Business Solutions (co-authored), Lean Six Sigma in Sickness and in Health (co-authored), and a five-book series on the Integrated Enterprise Excellence business management system (2008 and 2010). Through workshops and consulting services teams are able to improve profits, reliability, and customer satisfaction by wisely orchestrating techniques described in his books and articles.

Rick Haynes
Director of Client Services
Smarter Solutions

Rick has more than 20 years’ experience in project management, training, applied statistics, engineering, and customer support. He holds multiple certifications at all levels of Lean Six Sigma from Champion, Master Black Belt down to Yellow Belt.  In his prior role, he was employed by Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory as a Principle Statistician and the Corporate Process Improvement Leader providing expertise in the development and execution of courses and teaching various statistical and process improvement topics to nuclear engineers and scientists.  During this period, Rick additionally provided Master Black Belt support for the Bechtel Corporation. Certified as a Black Belt through Motorola University (1991), Rick has also held various continuous improvement, process engineering, and training positions throughout his thirteen year tenure with Texas Instruments (Raytheon), where he was responsible for managing the process engineering group, statistical support, and process improvement in relation to circuit board manufacturing. Currently, Rick  is responsible for providing consulting and training to Smarter Solutions’ clients at the executive and practitioner levels.