Nintex Process Excellence Summit | February 10, 2021
Turn your process knowledge into process assets

Create a Culture.
Power the Process.

A process culture implies continuous improvement. To develop it successfully requires the right solution, the right stakeholders, and the right approach. Join the Nintex Process Excellence Summit to learn our unique methodologies that enable an enterprise-wide business process management initiative. Let’s turn process knowledge into process assets together.

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Why operational excellence matters

In any organization, value matters. Value is derived from the delivery of your goods and services to your customers. To increase value, you need to identify your company’s business processes and optimize them – which is the definition of operational excellence. Join Nintex and process experts to hear how operational excellence is derived from having a process culture in mind.

Develop a successful process center of excellence

Before embarking on a major process management journey, it is important to consider setting up a process center of excellence (COE). COE enables your organization to centralize process initiatives, while developing a process culture. It is a scalable business unit that can augment and accelerate your business process management effort.

Create a sustainable process approach

Well-defined processes become key knowledge assets for your organization and reduce inefficiencies in your systems and stakeholders. However, while anyone can create a business process, a few do it well enough to deliver optimal result. Create a sustainable and scalable approach for both your technical and business teams.

Invest in attracting the right stakeholders

To effect and sustain a process culture, people should be at the heart of business process management. Organizations often invest in technology in hope that processes are created, productivity is gained, and culture is adopted. What businesses fail to recognize is that people are your best change agents. Learn how to identify and grow change agents within your organization and you’ll be much more effective in driving process change.

Special Guest Speaker: Chip Heath

Hear from Chip Heath, co-author of four New York Times best-selling books on business including Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die. Chip will explore why change management is difficult yet critical for growth. Chip is currently a professor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. If you attend this summit, you’ll have a chance to receive a digital copy of Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard, one of Chip’s top-seller in both The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.

Agenda

Our 4-hour digital experience will provide you with the foundation of developing a process culture to launch your enterprise-wide business process management effort.

Create a Culture | Power the Process

Introductions

Welcome remarks

Why operational excellence matters

Stakeholders that power a process culture

Techniques to writing processes

Create a sustainable process approach

Develop a successful process center of excellence

Turn theorem to practicum: how to get started

Agenda subject to change.
We see Nintex Promapp as the principle tool for documenting our processes and for discussing how we’re executing processes in our business. Our investment in Nintex is helping us to quickly become an even more process-driven business.
— Francis Hardy, Process Automation Manager, Wizz Air —