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Dan
Morris

Dan Morris

Dan has over 25 years of experience in business and IT operation transformation and management.  He is currently serving as a Managing Principal for Wendan, Inc.  Wendan is a BPMS methodology and consulting firm offering the ADDI (Architect, Design, Deploy, Improve) BPMS methodology.  ADDI is the first vendor neutral BPMS methodology and is designed to provide consistency while allowing each project team to customize it to fit the size, complexity and requirements of the project.  The methodology provides instructions detailing the activity to be performed in the tasks, the data that is needed and the deliverables of tasks. 

Dan has served as the US Practice Director for BPM/SOA consulting at Capco, as the US Practice Director for Business Transformation for Insurance, Healthcare and Life Sciences at Infosys Technology, as an Executive Consultant for IBM, and as a CIO.  He is the author of three books on Business Transformation and over 50 papers and articles.  Dan has spoken at over 25 conferences – including the first Gartner Business Process Management Summit.  Dan holds a BS in Geology and has Certified Business Process Management Professional (CBPP) and Certified Business Architect (CBA) certifications.

Dan has also been a guest lecturer at the University Of Illinois School Of Business and served on the Forrester International BPM Council.

Daniel C. Morris, CBPP, CBA,, Vice President, Association of Business Process Management Professionals (ABPMP) and PEX Network Global Board Member, shares his insights on recent trends in digital transformation and best practices for moving to a digital enterprise through Business Process Management (BPM). Morris also shares his own personal...Full Article »
Companies need to refocus and significantly reduce their cost reduction frenzy. Was it needed? Yes. Is it still needed? It will always be a concern, but it should not be a major focus for some time into the future. Why? The world has changed and there are dire predictions for large companies....Full Article »
The place to start any discussion on OPEX is with the question – “What is it? What is OPEX?” To start with, I translate OPEX as Operational Excellence, not Operating Expense. That is the only easy part of any potential definition. I asked quite a few contacts of mine what it means to them and I got a lot of different answers. So, I went to the...Full Article »
Have you ever wished you had a Business Transformation project expert as a mentor?  Have you ever wondered what you could do to be more successful as a BPM project professional? In “The Business Transformation Field Guide” released on Amazon, well-known Business Transformation experts Daniel Morris, Rod Moyer, and Keith Leust share decades of...Full Article »
I have been working in both Business and Digital Transformation and it has become apparent that there is an often underappreciated underlying issue that is stopping many people from really delivering the level of improvement that they could. This issue is complexity!Think about it. Complexity is at least part of the root cause of most major...Full Article »
I have been working in both Business and Digital Transformation and it has become apparent that there is an often underappreciated underlying issue that is stopping many people from really delivering the level of improvement that they could. This issue is complexity!Think about it. Complexity is at least part of the root cause of most major...Full Article »