Welcome to the IRM UK May newsletter.
In this issue we feature the following articles:
1. Using Scoping Models for Process Analysis - Fast Results for a Hurry-up World - Alec Sharp
2. Human Processes: Connect, Capture, Collaborate - Keith Harrison-Broninski
3. Is the Business Model Canvas a Useful Tool in an Enterprise Architect's Toolbox - Louise Harris
4. The Mechanization of the Social World - Sander Meijer
5. The Second Wave of Lean - Roger Burlton and Peter Matthijssen
Scoping Models for Process Analysis - Fast Results for a Hurry-up World - Alec Sharp
Alec Sharp will be speaking at the Business Process Management Conference - 16-18 June 2014, London on:
Processes: Connect, Capture, Collaborate - Keith Harrison-Broninski
the Business Model Canvas a Useful Tool in an Enterprise Architect's Toolbox - Louise Harris
Louise Harris will be speaking at the Enterprise Architecture Conference - 16-18 June 2014, London on:
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IRM UK Conferences:
Master Data Management Summit Europe, 19-21 May, London
Data Governance Conference Europe, 19-21 May, London
Enterprise Architecture Conference Europe, 16-18 June, London
Business Process Management Conference Europe, 16-18 June, London
TDWI BI & DW Symposium, 8-10 September, London
Business Analysis Conference Europe, 22 - 24 September, London
Enterprise Data & BI Conference Europe, 3-5 November, London
IRM UK Seminars:
Business Intelligence, Big Data, and Data Warehousing: New Technologies and Developments Explained with Rick van der Lans, 19-20 June, London
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