Download the agenda for the OPEX Exchange Europe to find out more about the interactive Roundtables, Panel Discussions and Case-Study Presentations sessions that will be taking place and who will be leading them.
Ahead of the OPEX Exchange in London this December, we surveyed legal leaders from across Europe to discover where they're investing their budgets over the next 6 - 18 months.
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Catalytic has been a driving force within Bosch’s digital transformation journey. In just 18 months, Bosch’s use of Catalytic has grown from a pilot automated process to 5 million automated tasks annually across 31 countries. In July 2019, Catalytic was honored with the Bosch Global Supplier Award in the Innovation category, from among the company’s 43,000 suppliers.
Business strategies and operations need to consider scores of ever-shifting factors: from demographic changes, capital availability and legal regulations to technological innovations and an all present digitalization. Static business models do not keep pace with this dynamic change. Companies need a management approach that fits to this volatile environment. Organizations need to execute their strategy systematically and deal proactively with our “digital world”. In effect, they must know how and when to modify or enhance their business processes, which processes are best candidates for intervention, and how to move rapidly from strategy to execution.
That’s where the Business Process Management-Discipline (BPM-Discipline) helps. The BPM-Discipline has become the “Strategy Execution Engine” of an organization. It delivers significant business value by converting strategy into people and IT based execution at pace with certainty.
The BPM-Discipline is implemented through the “process of process management”. Organizations look for a way to systematically establish their process of process management fast and cost effectively. This can be achieved using a holistic framework and reference model. This whitepaper introduces the BPM-Discipline and how it is implemented through the process of process management.
At the first OPEX Exchange Europe in 2018, we were delighted to welcome so many of the leading Operational Excellence professionals to gather in one place from a whole array of sectors to discuss and debate business transformation and continuous improvement strategies for 2018 and beyond.
If you missed out, you don’t need to worry because we’ve put together all the highlights in one detailed report. You’ll discover who attended, what their investment priorities and interest areas were and the key sessions and takeaways.
Artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are sweeping through the world of work.
Organisations see the promise of higher productivity and lower costs. Always-on machines will transform how they work and compete. But there is much more to making a success of emerging technology than just the technology itself. To see the whole picture, we must look carefully at how it fits in with and changes people’s jobs.
This research, carried out in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), takes an objective view of the impacts of AI and automation in UK workplaces and the investment decisions that employers make.
ORGANISATIONAL AGILITY IS THE ANSWER TO CHANGE
Incumbent businesses around the world face unprecedented disruption.
For the first time, business leaders are more worried about digital natives than traditional competitors. They recognise they must transform, and fast. Yet in too many instances, organisational agility is lacking. They just aren’t set up to respond to rapid change.
And as the pace of change accelerates, the risks of inertia are significant.
Ahead of the 2018 Exchange in London this December, attendees were asked what their top challenges were and where they plan to spend their budget over the next 6 - 18 months. Download the infographic to find out more.
The whitepaper clearly and concisely summarizes the most important, nine developments in business process management, explaining what they are and why a reader should care, along with guidance for how to address in their own businesses. The information is based on the lifetime experience of BPM visionary, Ed Maddock, as well as the 400 years combined process maturity experience of iGrafx employees, with feedback from the world’s leading brands; our customers.
Readers will learn: