ARIS Community - We Love BPM

Venue: CLIFTONS at Level 8, 190 - 200 George street, Sydney NSW

Agenda:

1700 - 1730 Welcome, Registration & Networking
Attendees should take the opportunity to get a tea or coffee and do a little networking with fellow members.

1730 - 1735 Welcome and Update
Johan Nelis will open proceedings and provide updates to the Chapter and broader BPMLink Forum activities. Johan Nelis, BPMLink Sydney Chapter Coordinator

1735 – 1900  Main Presentations

“The future of BPM starts now”

Business Process Management (BPM) is an established management discipline. Since today's organisations expect every employee to think and act like an entrepreneur, BPM is also becoming part of everyday operations. But merely adopting a process-based approach across the enterprise is not enough to enable BPM at every level.

“A case for collaboration - Coca-Cola's program Scale”

The Coca-Cola system's Program Scale aims to achieve continuous, long-term improvements in business process and information resources covering the entire BPM life cycle. This program has enabled Coca-Cola to standardise over 90% of all processes for bottlers in the Coca-Cola system, leading to greatly enhanced cooperation between bottlers and widespread use of best practices.

This presentation outlines the program roadmap, the benefits to the operations, as well as the BPM foundation and governance.

Joerg Klueckmann - ARIS product marketing manager at IDS Scheer AG headquarters in Saarbruecken

Petra Burgstaller - manager of the practice Enterprise BPM at IDS Australia - New Zealand

1900 - 1930 BPMLink Forum Networking
An opportunity for BPMLink Members to undertake networking opportunities with fellow members and organisations. Tibco will kindly provide an assortment of Beverages & Light Refreshments. IDS Scheer will kindly provide beverages and light refreshments.

RSVP:Monday, 23 November 2009
Email: johannelis@yahoo.com.au

Note that numbers are limited … RSVP is required for catering purposes

Enquire: Johan Nelis | 0415 087 345

Date: 
Tuesday, December 1, 2009 - 16