Dan has over 30 years of experience in business and IT operation transformation and management. He is currently serving as a Managing Principal for Wendan, Inc. Wendan is a BPMS methodology and consulting firm offering the ADDI (Architect, Design, Deploy, Improve) BPMS methodology. ADDI is the first vendor neutral BPMS methodology that follows a Wagile approach to provide consistency and promote project success. Dan Morris, CBPP, CBA Managing Principal Wendan Consulting Dan Morris Wendan Consulting Experience North American Practice Director for Business Transformation at Ta Ta US Practice Director for BPM/SOA consulting at Capco US Practice Director for Business Transformation for Insurance, Healthcare and Life Sciences at Infosys Technology Executive Consultant for IBM Dan is the author of four books on Business Transformation and over 50 papers and articles. He is the author of the PEX column BPM Straight Up: Separating Fact from Fiction.
Reduce Risk Iterate, simulate and improve/iterate within a solution framework With Wagile, the BPM project will have formal built in loops of iteration, simulation and iteration Technology support outside of the BPMS generated applications is built and tested separately and then combined for the solution lab testing Once the technical side is tested, the solution lab is used for live business operation testing In this testing in a simulation environment, the solution goes through an iterative change process until it is accepted by the business users and others who may be affected DesignGenerateSimulateIterateSimulate With IT Components BPMS Applications Redesign Until Solution Delivers KPIs Generated Applications With “Stubs and Drivers” Iterate Run in Solution Lab and Change Until Operationally Optimal Deploy Business Redesign Implement and Move to Continuous Improvement Wendan Consulting