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We Are All Millennials Now, And I Love It

Our recent article on how we, as process professionals, can fundementaly change our designs to better engage Millennials was featured in the Huffington Post Business blog. For many of us who has been in the workforce for [...]

Disrupt, Disintermediate, De-Layer, Dynamize

Just Published an article in collaboration with Doug Kirkpatrick, US Partner at NuFocus Strategic Group. The article was featured in the Huffington Post Business blog. All around us, we are witnessing a rapid disruption of traditional business models. The [...]

Business Architecture Essentials: ‘Synthesizing your Architecture’s Strategic Guidance’

Introduction In the first article of this series, I discussed the current interest in Business Architecture that has been brewing in the last little while and also discussed some of the frameworks that professionals have [...]

Business Architecture Essentials ‘Defining your External Stakeholders: Interactions, Value, and Performance’

Introduction In the first Article of this series, I discussed the current interest in Business Architecture that has been brewing in the last little while and also discussed some of the frameworks that professionals have [...]

Upcoming Events

    Building Business Capability (BBC) Conference @ Caesars Palace Las Vegas
    Oct 31 – Nov 4 all-day
    BA World, New York @ Millennium Broadway New York
    Dec 6 @ 11:15 am – 12:15 pm

    Seven Process Tools for Business Analysts

    Business process analysis and design should be a core competency for all business analysts and architects. It is also a key component of the BABOK V3 required for BA certification. In this session members of Process Renewal Group will introduce seven key techniques that will help BAs and process professionals to become more adept at some really useful techniques that will help you to be better at what you do and to make it easier for your clients to take part. There are many techniques and methods to learn but we guarantee you will want to and be able to use these over and over again. • Stakeholder Needs and Experiences • Multiple Dimensions of Measurement • The Process IGOE • Process Innovation Patterns • Decision Modeling • Culture Design • The Burlton Hexagon

    Learning Objectives

    • Know what tools to apply and when
    • Learn some essential techniques for process analysis and design
    • Be better prepared for IIBA certification
    BA World, New York @ Millennium Broadway New York
    Dec 6 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

    The Evolution of Process Design to Engage and Retain Millennials

    By 2020 Millennials will represent over 50% of the workforce. The Millennials, as often quoted in current HR publications, bring a unique set of requirements to their respective jobs, and these requirements will have significant impacts on how a business runs. Therefore, Process designs need to evolve to keep up with the changing workforce. In this presentation we will cover: . What makes Millennials unique? . An overview of the latest research on how to engage and retain Millennials . Key considerations for the design and adaptation of processes to meet Millennial requirements . Balancing the design for Millennials with our existing workforce

    Learning Objectives

    • Be able to plan the work environment so that millennials will come and stay
    • Learn the surprising similarities and differences between the generations at work.
    • Discover what a growing proportion of millennials in the workplace will mean for BAs

    Process Renewal Group has been a leader in BPM since its incorporation in 1993.


    We are the longest running BPM professional services company in the world. We were the first to develop and apply a comprehensive process methodology that focussed on performance improvement. Based upon these approaches, we have helped our clients globally to realize significant process improvements and new business models on over two hundred occasions. Over this time we have constantly evolved our performance-oriented process improvement practices to incorporate what we have learned from these real engagements. We have introduced pioneering concepts to BPM such as Stakeholder Analysis, Process Architecture, the Input, Output, Guide, Enabler (IGOE) modeling and analysis notation, the Burlton Hexagon capability implementation approach and others.

    We have chaired over 40 BPM conferences globally starting in 1995 and due to our constant eye on practical innovation in processes we are continuously sought after to lead the world’s most influential events.

    • First BPM consultants in the world
    • Conducted over 200 BPM projects in over 20 industries
    • Recognized for individualized application of exceptional methods
    • Constantly innovating and educating the industry
    • Chaired over 40 BPM conferences and trained over 10,000 professionals