|Business Process Management (BPM) is the End-Game for Six Sigma|
|Date / Time:||May 19, 2008|
|At:||9th Annual Leadership Conference|
|Abstract:||Since the advent of Six Sigma and Lean practices, benefits have been generated by process improvement teams working largely independent of Enterprise IT. For many reasons, IT organizations haven't had the tools or methods to participate in and contribute to project success. This is changing. Business Process Management solutions are redefining process definition, measurement, management and control at the enterprise level. By incorporating many of the methods and practices of process improvement as enterprise-class business infrastructure, BPM is rapidly bringing Six Sigma and other process improvement methods into a higher-level business framework. Join Bruce Williams, author, practitioner, and senior vice president of Software AG, to gain an in-depth understanding of the BPM movement, and how it has leapt to the forefront of the way companies are now investing in the infrastructure to enable process agility and optimization.|
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