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APQC’s 2011 Process Conference in Houston Nov 7 – 11

Technology is just one of many approaches to business process management


Has your organization developed capabilities in the other facets of process management including change management, process models, continuous improvement, and strategic alignment? APQC research shows that successful organizations take a balanced approach to developing these capabilities in order to avoid costly rework or worse … process disasters.


Breakout sessions at APQC’s 2011 Process Conference and Member Meeting, November 10 – 11, 2011 in Houston will feature real-world case studies provided by process practitioners that will help you address issues and challenges in process management beyond technology.


Sessions will help you:

  • create and sustain a culture receptive to process management,
  • use process frameworks to get real work done,
  • integrate traditional knowledge management approaches to enable process throughout the enterprise,
  • use Kaizen to help align business process and information systems,
  • and more!

View the entire lineup breakout sessions and register today! Group rates are available, please contact Debbie Norman for information.


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