|Business Process Management (BPM) and Six Sigma - Converging Paths to Align and Execute Successful Business Strategies|
|Date / Time:||May 21, 2008|
|Delivered At:||9th Annual Leadership Conference|
|Description:||From their unique origins and perspectives, both Business Process Management and Six Sigma have been striving to solve the same problems. That is, increase productivity and reduce costs by eliminating waste and inefficiencies, and perpetuating continuous improvement through collaborative innovation. Rather than competing, these methods have been successfully improving organizations, products and services around the world side-by-side, with BPM emerging and improving enterprise IT and Six Sigma from and within business operations. Join Mark Cummuta, CEO, CIO, author and speaker as he shows how these two methodologiesí similarities offer opportunities for further improvements across the enterprise, and gives examples from his experience across 25 years in using BPM, TQM, CIP, Six Sigma and other methodologies to successfully transform several organizations. Find out how you can utilize the strengths of both BPM and continuous process improvement methodologies to forge your own successful business strategies and continuous transformation.|
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