Why Transformation Requires a Process-First Mentality

Last week we wrapped up this year’s iNNOVATE conference. It was a great success and we thank everyone that attended! This year we did things a little differently and hosted a weeklong virtual event to discuss the future of transformation. And we had transformation leaders from around the globe share their insights and best practices that they have gleaned from decades of hands-on experience.

One of the highlights was our opening keynote session, given by Charles Araujo, Principal Analyst at Intellyx. Charles discussed with our audience why transformation requires a process first mentality. He explained that many organizations are drawn to putting a fresh coat of paint over existing processes and calling it transformation – which leads them down the wrong path. The session was very highly attended and praised. Luckily if you missed out, you can still see Charles’ presentation here. Download the recording to hear Charles answer key questions such as:

  • Is there a relationship between process management and digital transformation?
  • What are the current states of process management and digital transformation?
  • What is the impact of transformation and process management integration?
  • What are the drivers of positive impact and the essential enablers to an effective integration?

Download the entire webinar now to see why a process-first mentality is a must for successful transformation!

Author
Christina Dieckmeyer
Date
May 14, 2020
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