Transitioning From Functional Silos to Process Centric – Learnings from Australian Organizations

Transitioning From Functional Silos to Process Centric – Learnings from Australian Organizations
Tonia de Bruin and Gaby Doebeli, along with other members of the BPTrends FORUM in Brisbane, Australia, wanted to know how organizations have gone about transforming from functional to process centric organizations. They conducted workshops and research among organizations from a cross section of industries representing both large and small organizations, and organizations in both the public and private sectors. Read their Article to learn the results of their work and, perhaps more importantly, the questions that were raised.

Gaby Doebeli

Gaby Doebeli

Gaby is a member of Australia's BPM Community and involved in activities at the BPM Roundtable, has presented at several conferences in the last few years and is chairing the BP Trend Brisbane Community. Gaby has spent over ten years working in the field of business process management and improvement in various roles, Including, Business Architect, Process Design Adviser, Senior Integrated Systems Adviser, Internal Business Improvement Consultant, Six Sigma Blackbelt, and Quality Facilitator and Internal Auditor. Gaby Doebeli Business Architecture Process Design Adviser gaby.doebeli@qr.com.au Phone: 07/3235 2077
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