BPTA 101 - Principles of Business Process Management
BPTrends Associates BPM Professional Certificate - BPTA 101
This course is the foundation for all courses in the BPTrends Associates certification program. It introduces the BPTrends BPM Pyramid and the Process Redesign Methodology. The course provides an overview and discussion of the principles, concepts and techniques required to transform your business from a traditional, functional organisation to a process-centric organisation. The course introduces a systematic approach and methodology for planning, monitoring, measuring and managing your company’s business process performance and for redesigning and improving specific processes.
Who Should Attend
This introduction to BPM is a must for everyone interested in business process improvement and management. It’s designed for business managers, business analysts, process analysts and practitioners involved in process-based change and the automation of process solutions. This course is a prerequisite for all BPTrends Associates courses. It establishes a methodology, a common language and a baseline for other BPTA courses. Recommended for anyone at any level who will be involved in any way with process improvement and management initiatives.
After this course you will understand:
- The value and benefits of business process management
- The principles of business process management and how to apply them
- BPM best practices and methodologies
- The respective roles of organizational strategy, enterprise and process architecture, process analysis, process redesign, process improvement, process automation, and organization design – and how to make them work together
- Basic BPM management and measurement techniques.
You will learn how to:
- Align your corporate strategy with a well-designed business architecture
- Integrate your corporate strategy with a well-designed business architecture
- Use a process-based approach to business process change management
- Consider strategic, tactical and operational elements in a comprehensive BPM framework
- Plan for cross-organisational acceptance and implementation.