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Process Management for Business Operations
Process Management for Business Operations
Date:
17 Mar 2021
Price:
R 15500.00
Brief Description
The short course in Process Management for Business Operations will provide you with an essential overview of the art and science of managing a business by exposing you to the basic concepts, tools and skills that are required (as well as the difficulties experienced) when introducing business process management into an organisation. Businesses experience constant pressure from competitors that forces them to continuously evolve, redesign, implement and manage innovative business processes. The course takes a detailed look at the concept of model-driven architectures, modelling tools, process analysis and design, as well as process optimisation, re- engineering, change management and organisational buy-in.
Learning Outcomes
After successfully completing the course, you will be able to
  • identify processes in your business environment
  • design a basic process and conduct a basic analysis of processes
  • understand BPM as a discipline in the enterprise architecture environment
  • recognise the major players in the BPM tool market understand the use of BPM methodologies
  • discuss the change management challenges presented by BPM implementation
  • understand the unique challenges of a BPM team
  • understand the role that BPM plays in organisational governance understand the BPM lifecycle
  • understand the value drivers behind BPM, and
  • understand how the strategy drives BPM initiatives.
* The course will be presented over two modules/two separate contact sessions over a two month period. The first module will be presented over a 4 days and the second module over two days.
Course Content
The course covers the following topics:
  • Explaining the concept of model-driven architectures
  • Understanding processes
  • Process modelling notation and methods Exposure to modelling tools
  • Process analysis and design
  • Management of a BPR initiative
  • Process optimisation and re-engineering
  • Creation of an organisation-specific BPM methodology
  • Change management and organisational buy-in
Entry Requirements
Prospective delegates should at least have a relevant bachelors degree and/or the necessary work experience.
Course Number:
P001282
Catalogue and Category:
Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Who Should attend:
This course is ideal for you if you are employed as a business manager or if you are an up-and-coming entrepreneur.
Delivery Mode:
Contact Sessions
Contact Days:
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