Point of View: Perspectives on Process Modeling

Point of View: Perspectives on Process Modeling
Resuming an examination of a subject that, by his own admission, has gotten him in trouble in the past, Roger Burlton plunges headlong into the ongoing issues and challenges surrounding BPM process modeling. He argues that a one size fits all stake holders approach can, and frequently does, lead to confusion and ultimately, failed BPM initiatives. Read Roger`s perspectives on when, where and how specific notational systems are most appropriately used.

Roger Burlton

Roger Burlton

Roger Burlton is Chairman of the BPTrends Board of Advisors and a Founder and Chief Consultant of BPTrends Associates. He is considered a global innovator in methods for Business Process and is recognized internationally for his thought leadership in Business Process Management. Roger has developed and chaired several high profile conferences on Advanced Business and Information Management and Business Process Management, globally.  He currently chairs the annual BPM Forum at the Building Business Capability Conference in the US and the IRM UK BPM Conference in Europe and his pragmatic BPM global seminar series, started in 1991, is the longest continuous running BPM seminar in the world. Rogers is the author of the best selling book, Business Process Management: Profiting from Process and the Business Process Manifesto. He is widely recognized for his thought leadership in business process strategy, business architecture, process analysis and design and process management, measurement and governance.  Roger graduated with a B.A.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Toronto and is a certified Professional Engineer in the Province of Ontario.
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