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Business Process Design Training

 
#1 Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Cate Harding

Can anyone recommend good trainers in the area of Business Process Design?

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#2 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Carol Spencer

Hi Kate

It really depends on your requirements. If you are interested in the "systems" approach to deigning processes, where the processes are designed in a way that internal staff take ownership of the performance of their systems, you may find information at the following site of interest.

www.perceptiondynamics.info

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#3 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Sandra Halbout Barragan

IDS Scheer: process training + ARIS (process design software) training. Based in Birmingham UK.

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#4 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Shirley Upton

Hi Cate

If you are modelling 'from the top' as is always recommended and aligning with company strategy, then go see www.nimbuspartners.com. They provide training and consultancy in business process design and management, based around their bpm modelling and management product, control-ES.

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#5 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Fabien Grattepain

Hello Cate

Working myself for IDS Scheer, I will of course recommend that you have a look at our website for more informations regarding :

- our methodology

- our approach

- our tool (ARIS, ranked #1 by the Gartner group studies for many years)

IDS Scheer also proposes a seamless connection between business process modeling and IT implementations through dedicated modules and experts.

Feel free to e mail me back if you require more informations.

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#6 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Geoff Peppiatt

Dear Cate

We have a full business process design methodology, in step-by-step format, which we use to train our own consultants and offer to client organisations. We are happy to train others in this or to license the intellectual property.

Geoff

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#7 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Mike Turner

Cate,

Some colleagues of mine undertake Business Process Design Training. Their Company is called TeamWorking, and you can find their web site at team-working.com. Recommended.

Regards

Mike

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#8 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Simon Rodaway

Hi Cate,

I understand that you are seeking a competent and reliable trainer in the field of Business Process Design. I have had the opportunity to work with Anthony Howlett from OTT Consulting whilst at several previous employers. He specialises in Bus Process Design and many other subject areas. Anthony's training style is innovative and compelling (and more importantly I have found he is incredibly good value for money). I would have no hesitation in recommending him. He can be contacted at OTT COnsulting on 01883 340929 (web site address is www.ott-consulting.co.uk). I believe his e-mail is anthony.howlett@ott-consulting.co.uk

Kind regards

Simon

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#9 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Beverley Jordan

Hi,

I am new to this site. I have an MBA, CMA. I am trying to land a job in consulting- BPR, Re-Engineering, Business Investigations etc in keeping with my training. Please provide some pointers.

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#10 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Paul Fisher

Cate, I guess it will depend on who you want trained and what specifically you are trying to achieve. I work with a network of independent consultants who regularly work on process design and training. I'd be happy to talk to you and put you in contact with people that may have expertise in your industry. Contact me by e-mail or on 07946 415363.

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#11 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

David Coe

Hi Cate. I've worked with a number of companies on Change Management programmes with Process Design being a core component (www.bpscms.co.uk). I also work with Elements of Change Ltd (a long established training company) who offer formal accredited training on the subject. Its a modular approach to training so you only select what you need from a comprehensive offering. They have an impressive client list (www.eoc.co.uk). Let me know and I can introduce you to them. Regards David.

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#12 Re: Business Process Design Training
05/06/2003 00:00

Robin Davies

Cate,

Happened to see your message. Whilst our area of expertise may or may not be appropriate to your specific requirements , our business has a strong track record in this area - specifically in Six Sigma. You can find some details at www.venturehaus.com or e-mail me for further details. Hope this helps...

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#13 Re: Business Process Design Training
06/06/2003 00:00

Dave Alberts

Cate

World Class International are specialists in this area working with blue chip companies such as Rolls-Royce, Microsoft, Pfizer etc. Please contact me if you need more details on the WCI offerings.

Best Regards

Dave Alberts

07771 881355

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#14 Re: Business Process Design Training
06/06/2003 00:00

Denis Mahoney

Dear Cate,

If I can be cheeky and recommend my company. We provide training in Business Process Management and Six Sigma amongst other areas such as change management, balanced business scorecard, etc. We have standard programmes but can provide bespoke programmes if required. More details can be found at our website - www.business-transform.co.uk.

You can contact me through email or by calling 01903 784783 or 07766 333294

Best Regards

Denis Mahoney

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#15 Re: Business Process Design Training
06/06/2003 00:00

Corin Superfine

yes, Lanner Group Ltd.

Contact Corin Superfine on 07818 428748 or email csuperfine@lanner.co.uk

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#16 Re: Business Process Design Training
06/06/2003 00:00

David Thompson

Try Duncan Pierce of ABB Eutech tel 01925 74 1000

Well practised in Business Process design

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#17 Re: Business Process Design Training
07/06/2003 00:00

Peter Fraser

Cate

It depends on the knowledge of the intended participants and your / their objectives. And do you mean "design" or "definition of what is done currently"? Or even "improvement after defining the current process"? Or perhaps "understanding the underlying concepts so that we can define and improve the processes more easily"? It also depends on how you intend to define the processes (do you have a corporate standard for presentation?) and on whether you merely want to design a few processes or to

design a complete management system.

You may get some ideas from the following:

1 we are running a workshop entitled "Business Processes – how to understand them well enough to manage them" in Edinburgh in a couple of weeks in conjunction with Jim Wade of the Business Improvement Network (see http://www.mandos.co.uk/articles/BIN_Flyer_180603JW.PDF)

2 my article "Time to Trigger a Transformation" in the April 2003 edition of TickIT International (www.tickit.org/ti2q03.pdf) will give you some further background.

Let me know if you need any more details or want to discuss it further.

Hope this helps.

Regards

Peter Fraser

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#18 Re: Business Process Design Training
09/06/2003 00:00

Faye Sharpe

Cate,

My colleagues and I at 'Maraposa' have been delivering business process design training for over 10 years. We are all experienced consultants who design and implement operational and managerial processes for our clients, in the UK, Europe and US. We have all the tools, techniques, material and experience. Hope we can help.

Faye Sharpe

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#19 Re: Business Process Design Training
09/06/2003 00:00

Liz Thrussell

Yes, contact Aqute, 500 Chiswick High Road, London W4 5RG Tel: 020 8956 2505

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#20 Re: Business Process Design Training
09/06/2003 00:00

Robert Billington

Cate

Try Bruce Spicer at www.keystar-consultancy.com who has a lot of experience in this area.

Good luck,

Robert

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#21 Re: Business Process Design Training
09/06/2003 00:00

Robert Billington

Whoops - sorry, but I think I mis-spelt the website address. It should read: www.keystar-consultancy.com.

Robert

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#22 Re: Business Process Design Training
09/06/2003 00:00

David Miller

I think Brian Firth @ Brian@the-change-works.com is probably the best. His company has no connection to ours but I have seen his work. Website well worth a visit.

kind rgds

David

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#23 Re: Business Process Design Training
10/06/2003 00:00

Simon Chalk

I've been running a training course on business process mapping and redesign via CIMA for 3 years with hundreds of satisfied attendees. This course is also available as an in-house course.

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#24 Re: Business Process Design Training
27/06/2003 00:00

Lynne Pilcher

Yes. International Quality Management offer this service. Please view our website www.iqm-ltd.com and give us a call on 01303 856100

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#25 RE: Business Process Design Training
26/11/2009 13:13

Gordon Brown to Lynne Pilcher (#24)

Check out this old thread - can you believe people used to put their REAL NAMES on posts!!

How things have changed....

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#26 RE: Business Process Design Training
26/11/2009 13:15

Paris Hilton to Gordon Brown (#25)

What's wrong with that? A lot of us still do use our real names.

Yours sincerely,

Paris.

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#27 RE: Business Process Design Training
27/11/2009 14:28

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i don't

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