Partnership to focus on delivering BPM solutions to automate critical business processes and accelerate digital transformation Today, we’re excited to announce that Leonardo Consulting has partnered with BPM software leader Pegasystems, Inc, the software company empowering customer engagement at the world’s leading enterprises. As a Pegasystems Registered Business Partner, we will provide Pega software expertise and implementation services to our customers in Australia. To say we’re excited about this development is an understatement. Through our partnership with Pega, we’re better geared to deliver a full-service BPM stack. We believe that Leonardo can help customers achieve effective process-based management and create sustained improvement in business performance, all using Pega’s software. Leonardo can now synthesise it's innovative BPM approach, expertise, and methodology with Pega’s market-leading BPM and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution, the Pega Platform.
ARIS is recognized as being one of the leading enterprise architecture tools by all the analysts, in addition to supporting in excess of 150 modelling methods it is also infinitely customizable. A powerful attribute of the tool is that configuring ARIS customized requirements is fast, easy and requires no coding meaning you can adapt modelling use to support almost any scenario. However to harness this power you need some knowledge about what not to do and some creative thinking.
Leonardo Consulting has released our BPM training schedule for 2015/16. Our BPM curriculum will assist you to develop all of the required capabilities for effective process-based management. We offer 7 world class courses in our comprehensive BPM Training curriculum, delivered by internationally experienced consultant practitioners who understand the local environment. Our schedule is as follows:
Has an audience member ever interrupted in the middle of a presentation about process analysis to ask, “Can you show us the process models in a simple PowerPoint slide?” – or, ”I don’t want to look at the green and purple boxes, just show me the flow!” Perhaps you then felt that you had wasted some of your efforts in modelling the process with too much detail or in the wrong way. Embarrassed and demoralised, you must have wondered how else could these models be presented. Well, you are not alone! This is a common dilemma when there is a need to present process models to a variety of audiences. There is both art and science in presenting the right level of process detail to the right group of stakeholders, especially if they are not familiar with the process modelling language. Effective presentation is even more critical in larger and complex end-to-end process improvement work and in new automated business model implementations. You may need to use multiple model types to describe the same business processes to various audiences. Hence, it is very important to understand who the stakeholders are and what they would like to see before your audience with them. This article proposes an approach to the effective presentation of business process models based on three key elements: understand, organise, and communicate.