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ON DEMAND Webinar: Gaining Consistency and Productivity through Rapid and Iterative Requirements
How important is it for your analyst team to show value to the organization in this economic time? This session takes a close look at the rut many analyst organizations have found themselves in, and provides specific tactics for re-energizing the function
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Best Practices for Optimizing the Requirements Process
This web seminar focuses on best practices for creating a fully optimized requirements life cycle that can be leveraged by any organization into project success.  Drawing upon years of experience from many successful projects, the experts from Greenridge Business Systems offers insight into how to take advantage of a “people, process and technology” approach to requirements that can have a dramatic positive impact.  A case study involving a large-scale government project is also showcased.  Attendees also learn requirements gathering best practices when large numbers of stakeholders are involved and how visualization reduces confusion through real-time collaboration and the use of fully immersive and functional simulations.
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ON DEMAND Webinar: The Art of Requirements Architecture
Innovation in requirements architecture will allow us to produce a greater volume of higher quality software, at a lower cost. Software and database design has evolved considerably in recent years.
Professionals in that space use techniques such as SOA, object oriented, component and framework based development; normalization of information, business intelligence and master data management.
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ON DEMAND Webinar: Visualizing an Electronic Record System: A Case Study For BAs
When applied in the right process, visualization can be a very effective strategy for achieving amazing results, as we see in this Web seminar highlighting a specific case study with the Veterans Health Administration (VHA).



The lessons learned from this project can be applied to many other industries, so this Web seminar is must-see for all business analysts, designers and project managers who want to deliver better business software faster and with less cost.
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ON DEMAND Webinar: How West Bend used Process Mapping
West Bend Mutual Insurance recently chose to use BPM and process mapping as a way to reduce business costs and to allow them to bring new offerings to market more quickly. Now they are addressing new commercial business segments that they previously could not.
In this presentation, you will learn:

  • How BPM and process mapping allowed Stacie and team to deliver a highly valued exception process, thereby creating a more attractive product to our agents, which up until that time had been impractical to offer.
  • How after West Bend reorganized its IT department, they used process mapping to determine how to best serve their internal clients.
  • How BPM tools and techniques are being promoted and adopted within West Bend to help spread the culture of process improvement.

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ON DEMAND Webinar: How to get started Documenting Processes with Business as an equal partner
Steve Burge runs Tillamook County Creamery Association’s Business Process Management Office and previously was the company’s IT Director.



Tillamook, a 100 year-old cooperative made up of over 150 dairies, produces high-end dairy products.  Until recently, processes were passed down from artisan to artisan in the form of what Steve jokingly refers to as “tribal knowledge.”  When Tillamook’s new CEO came on board he realized that he needed to get a handle on the company’s processes in order to move forward and compete in today’s market.  It was Steve’s job to put together a Process Management Model to lead the collection and documentation of the company’s processes.



In this webinar, Steve will talks about his recent experience and specifically: 
  • How he built a core team where IT was in the minority and the majority of the members came from the business side.
  • How the team decided where to begin    
  • How they involved over 150 people, from all over the company, to help detail the processes
  • How they got process owners from the business to own execution after the initial documentation effort.

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