Do you ask yourself:
- What is global process ownership?
- Who should act as GPO?
- Where should a GPO sit within the organization?
- What power and budget should a GPO have?
- And how should we measure the success of this strategy?
We are here to help!
Last year, when we first ran The Global Process Ownership Summit
, the topic was still in its infancy; early adopters aside, most organizations were not putting a global process ownership strategy into action. Now, new and mature organizations alike have accepted end-to-end global process ownership as a foundational concept within and beyond shared services. Anyone acting as a GPO, moving into a GPO role or working on a broader project that involves establishment of GPOs continues to ask these fundamental questions as s/he works to broaden their perspective on process.
Welcome to The 2015 Global Process Ownership Summit
. This November 16-18
, we will help you and your GPOs define how end-to-end processes will be executed and measured across the entire organization. Here’s how:
New for 2015
- Investigate global process ownership over time to cultivate an understanding of what sets the next gen GPO apart
- Understand GPO implementation as a response to a broader business problem – M&A, transformation, tech rollout – not simply an end in itself
- Locate the metrics and KPIs that will allow for true measurement of end-to-end processes
Reinforcing the Basics
- How to: develop the business case, define the role and get the right person for the job
- Explore governance strategies to develop the right framework for your organizational needs
- Strategic use of mandate power, persuasive power and change management practices to make implementation effective
Take a look at the agenda
and see the excited program we have in store. We do hope you will join us this November in Dallas.